Breach of Confidence: Social Origins and Modern Developments
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2012 - Law - 192 pages
This concise yet detailed book explores the historical foundations and modern developments of the ancient doctrine of breach of confidence.
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2 Inventing an equitable doctrine
3 Privacy and publicity in early Victorian Britain
4 Secrecy and late Victorian markets for information
5 The forgotten years of breach of confidence
6 Searching for balance in the employment relationship
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