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Is it legal to read publicly in an open public meeting? Yes. Generally speaking, a lawyer's communications to third parties or his client's prospective adversary(-ies) are not protected from disclosure. From a legal standpoint, the lawyer's email to the school board is equivalent to the scenario of the superintendent himself being the sender.


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Written promise pre-purchase vs signed agreement, what's stronger? The signed agreement is decisive because it "states that it supersedes any previous agreements". The language portrays that the customer no longer considers the refund option a requirement for moving forward with the transaction. Signing that contract without the right to a refund ...


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An email is protected by copyright, and cannot be lawfully distributes without permission., However, it could be quoted from fairly freely under fair use (in the US) or fair dealing (in many other countries). Particularly since most emails have no commercial market, so their value cannot be impaired, a fair use defesne is likely to prevail in many cases. ...


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Have I broken the law or am I being bullied? The retailer is just trying to intimidate you. It is lawful for you to publish the interactions unless (1) you agreed --even if tacitly-- to preserve confidentiality of the communications, or (2) your publications disclose third parties' information that ought to be redacted. At first glance neither condition ...


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When you collect or process personal data, you must provide information to data subjects. The required information is listed in Art 13 GDPR, though most privacy notice also include the items from Art 14 GDPR (if there are third party data sources) and Art 15 GDPR (which simplifies responses to data subject access requests). The ICO has provided detailed ...


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