Case Law: AVB v TDD, No damages for solicitor whose private information was misused by short changed prostitute – Dania Rifaat

24 05 2014

AnonymousIn the unusual privacy case of AVB v TDD ([2014] EWHC 1442 (QB)), the High Court dismissed the majority of a solicitor’s claims against a prostitute for misuse of private information, harassment, breach of confidence and breach of contract. The Court found for the Claimant in respect of one element of his privacy head of claim and declined to award any damages but did grant him an injunction. Read the rest of this entry »