Monthly Archives: January 2009

Legal black holes: revelations from the Outer House

Marquess of Aberdeen and Tremair v Turcan Connell [2008] CSOH 183 provided an opportunity for analysis of the problem known as a “legal black hole.”  This phenomenon arises where loss caused through a breach of contract falls not on the … Continue reading

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Computers, Privacy and Data Protection…

I attended the second annual International Conference on Computers, Privacy and Data Protection was held in Brussels last week, hosted by Vrije Universiteit Brussel.  The conference was well attended by a wide range of lawyers, academics, policy advisors and DP … Continue reading

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About the Edinburgh Centre for Commercial Law

The Edinburgh Centre for Commercial Law has been set up by five members of The School of Law, Edinburgh University.  The Centre is a research centre and its principal focus lies on  the development of commercial law in Scotland.  The Centre stages … Continue reading

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