Information Commissioner & Tribunal Decisions - what do they mean in practice?
A half-day course in central London 19 May 2011
This course deals with recent decisions issued in the last 6 months and does not repeat material covered in previous courses. It is aimed at experienced FOI practitioners and others with a good working knowledge of the FOI Act. Its exact content is dependent on the actual decisions that have been issued in recent months, but typically covers issues such as:
The course will be presented by Maurice Frankel, the Campaign's director, who has worked in the field for 27 years.
- "fair" and "unfair" disclosures of personal data;
- the FOI/EIR borderline;
- the application of specific exemptions including those for breach of confidence and commercial interests;
- where the public interest line is being drawn;
- applying the cost limit, vexatious requests and advice and assistance.
Significant discounts are available for more than one booking from the same organisation.
Further information - http://www.cfoi.org.uk/pdf/foidecisions_may2011.pdf
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Next Information Commissioner & Tribunal Decisions course
The Campaign for Freedom of Information's next course on significant Information Commissioner and Tribunal decisions will be held on 19 May 2011.