Over the last 15 years, privacy actions have been recognised at common law or in equity across common law jurisdictions, and statutory privacy protections have proliferated. Apex courts are now being called upon to articulate the law governing remedies, including in high-profile litigation concerning phone hacking, covert filming and release of personal information. Yet despite the practical significance of the courts’ approach to damages, injunctions and other remedies for breach of privacy, very little has been written on the topic. This book comprehensively analyses these developments from a comparative perspective and provides solutions to issues which are coming to light as higher courts forge this remedial jurisprudence and practitioners look for guidance … (more)
Jason NE Varuhas and NA Moreham (eds), Remedies for Breach of Privacy. Published: 18-10-2018. 472pp. ISBN: 9781509915606. Hart Publishing. RRP £80 – use the code CV7 at the checkout to get 20% off your order.