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Breach of confidence

Great Britain. Law Commission.

Breach of confidence

report on a reference under section 3(1)(e) of the Law Commissions Act 1965.

by Great Britain. Law Commission.

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Confidential communications -- England.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCmnd -- 8388, Law Com -- no.110
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKD7518
    The Physical Object
    Pagination239p. ;
    Number of Pages239
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17290801M
    ISBN 100101838808

    breach of confidence definition: a situation in which someone makes information known that they should keep secret. Learn more. Breach of confidence is the breach of a duty which can give rise to a civil claim 1. Breach of confidence will usually arise in connection with the disclosure of information which has a commercial value, but can also include personal information about individuals.

    Mar 29,  · Francis Gurry's renowned work, Breach of Confidence, published in , was groundbreaking and invaluable in the field of intellectual property as the first text to synthesise the then burgeoning case law on breach of confidence into a systematic ducklakebooks.com: OUP Oxford. Issues: Breach of confidence, Value, Injunctions, Reasonable precautions to maintain secrecy, General Skill and Knowledge, Damages, Inevitable disclosure, Right to Work.

    Customs declined, citing breach of confidence. Gummow J, dissenting, discussed the existence public interest test, suggesting that it was better thought of as equity barring the plaintiff on the basis of unclean hands; and no quality of confidence in equity for information that shows crimes, wrong or misdeeds of public importance. All books in this flagship series contain carefully selected substantial extracts from key cases, legislation, and academic debate, providing able students with a stand-alone resource. This chapter focuses on the action for breach of confidence as it relates to commercial secrets. It first considers the jurisdictional basis of the action for breach of confidence and then discusses the elements.


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[T]his book is a valuable addition to the literature on breach of confidence. Well received internationally, the book offers a ''shrewd and scholarly'' treatment of this often complex area, largely from an historical perspective to which the authors assign direct relevance to today's information-based societyCited by: 3.

Breach of Confidence. Attorney Michael Elliot is summoned to a New York law firm to oversee cases left behind by a junior partner who committed suicide by jumping off the Brooklyn Bridge.4/5. May 22,  · Francis Gurry's renowned work, Breach of Confidence, published inwas groundbreaking and invaluable in the field of intellectual property as the first text to synthesise the then burgeoning case law on breach of confidence into a systematic form.

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BREACH OF CONFIDENCE is an exciting Breach of confidence book thriller starring a wonderful hero who turns from wild-eyed believer into classic skeptic. The story line is fast-paced though a romance seems unnecessary to the prime plot yet somehow makes Michael seem even more huggably shy.

Breach of Confidence: Social Origins and Modern Developments. This concise yet detailed book explores the historical foundations and modern developments of the ancient doctrine of breach of confidence. BOOKS: Breach of confidence. TRUST: The Social Virtues and the Creation of Prosperity by Francis Fukuyama Hamish Hamilton pounds THIS is a fat book: it sags and bulges; it waddles about and is short of breath; it perspires and sits down heavily in chairs.

Get this from a library. Breach of confidence. [Eben Paul Perison] -- After a colleague commits suicide by jumping off the Brooklyn Bridge, L.A. corporate attorney Michael Elliot is sent to New York to supervise the cases left behind, but he soon uncovers a conspiracy.

So if an employee leaks a journalist confidential company documents and it’s obvious that the employee isn’t authorised to do so, it may well be a breach of confidence for the journalist to publish it further (unless there is a public interest defence). The tort of breach of confidence is, in United States law, a common law tort that protects private information that is conveyed in confidence.

A claim for breach of confidence typically requires the information to be of a confidential nature, which was communicated in confidence and was disclosed to the detriment of the claimant. Establishing a breach of confidentiality depends on proving the. Without assuming prior legal knowledge, books in the Directions series introduce and guide readers through key points of law and legal debate.

Questions, diagrams, and exercises help readers to engage fully with each subject and check their understanding as they progress. The action for breach of confidence provides the only legal mechanism in UK law to protect ideas and information as such.

Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

Breach of Confidence will make insightful reading for all those interested in issues of privacy and information, and will appeal strongly to practicing lawyers and judges as well as academic researchers and postgraduate law students.

Critical Acclaim ‘ this book is a valuable addition to the literature on breach of confidence.’. Prevention is better than cure, so if you are made aware of a potential breach, then you may wish to take Court action to obtain an injunction to prevent the disclosure of the confidential information to your detriment (or that of your business).

If the breach has already occurred, an action for breach of confidence can be taken for compensation. Therefore the primary cause of action within breach of confidence was within the law of contract and later in the law of equity. However, tort played two roles within breach of confidence, firstly in protecting the misuse of information and secondly it provides a number of additional remedies to the wronged party.

Breach of confidence in English law is an equitable doctrine that allows a person to claim a remedy when their confidence has been breached. A duty of confidence arises when confidential information comes to the knowledge of a person in circumstances in which it.

Willful breach of trust is one of the grounds for dismissal of employees. Loss of trust and confidence is a term most employers use to dismiss a managerial employee who breached the trust reposed in him.

To be valid ground for an employee’s dismissal, loss of trust and confidence must be based on a. Aug 24,  · BOOK REVIEW BREACH OF CONFIDENCE Social Origins and Modern Developments By Megan Richardson, Michael Bryan, Martin Vranken, Katy Barnett Edward Elgar Publications Ltd ISBN: 1 9 www.e.

Wildy's Book of the Month: April Francis Gurry's famous work Breach of Confidence, published inwas groundbreaking and invaluable in the field of intellectual property as the first text to synthesise the then burgeoning case law of breach of confidence into a systematic form.

A highly regarded book, it was first point of resort for practitioners and a key source for judges. • misuse of a trade secret as breach of confidence based on principles of equity; N2 - This superbly researched and innovative book approaches the protection of trade secrets in the civil law and common law traditions and examines doctrinal and policy issues from that comparative perspective.

With detailed attention to the legal position Cited by: 2. Feb 06,  · This concise yet detailed book explores the historical foundations and modern developments of the ancient doctrine of breach of confidence.

The authors show that despite its humble beginnings, stilted development and air of quaintness the doctrine has modern relevance and influence, its sense of 'trust and confidence' still resonating with the.Breach of confidence The equitable action for breach of confidence may be used to restrict the disclosure of information in certain circumstances.

The principle is that the court will ‘restrain the publication of confidential information improperly or surreptitiously obtained or of information imparted in confidence which ought not to be divulged’.[1] An action for breach.Breach of confidence is a common law tort which allows individuals or businesses to go to civil court to protect secret or commercially sensitive information.

The law aims to prevent people to whom the information has been divulged in confidence from using it to gain an unfair benefit.