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Legal Privilege

Privilege afforded to communications between a lawyer and his client by the European Court of Justice. The ultimate test which needs to be carried out in respect of whether communications between a lawyer and his client which involves legal advice ought to be legally privileged or otherwise, is to assess whether such legal advice was...
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Exemptions to Data Subject Access Requests

The right of access grants individuals(data subjects)the right to obtain a copy of their personal data and other supplementary information from a Data Controller or Data Processor. However, this right is not absolute and the GDPR allows EU Member States to introduce restrictions to this fundamental right through their own national legislation. Exemptions allow Data...
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Equal Pay for Equal Work principle – Malta

Under EU law, a woman can claim equal pay with a man who is carrying work of equal value from her employer. She is also allowed to make such a claim against someone who is not her  employer but is deemed to be a single source with the power to rectify the difference in treatment...
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