Mar 102017
 March 10, 2017  Breaches, Business, Court, Non-U.S.  Add comments

Severin Carrell reports:

A court has thrown out an attempt by Donald Trump’s company to block the release of significant evidence in a damages action for breach of privacy.

Staff from the US president’s golf resort in Aberdeenshire secretly photographed a rambler, Rohan Beyts, without her consent. Lawyers for Trump International Golf Course Scotland (TIGCS) claimed in Edinburgh sheriff court that police witness statements from the staff who took the photographs could not be released.

Read more on The Guardian.

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