- Access to information and defining a 'public authority'
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- What are the main observations and proposals by the AG?
- Could there be any unintended consequences of the AG’s proposals?
- Is there anything surprising or unexpected in the AG’s opinion?
- Would you say there is a trend developing in this area?
Environment analysis: Heather Sargent, a barrister at Landmark Chambers, discusses the Advocate General’s Opinion in Fish Legal and suggests the case is better characterised as yet another example of the difficulty of defining a ‘public authority’ than as part of a developing trend.
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