Bratza's overview takes a broad look at implications of the Human Rights Act on business. These include matters arising from the use of confidential information, telecommunications, contractual rights, and environmental rights and press freedom. He also examines the role of the national courts under the Act. The article is derived from a conference speech. E.H.R.L.R. 2000, 1, 1-13
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