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By Jeremy Morton, Andy Millmore
This week has seen another European election, this time in the UK, with Brexit very much at the forefront of issues.
By Daniel Tozer, Jo Sanders
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018 and will apply to anyone doing business with Europe.
By Daniel Tozer, Jeremy Morton, Jo Sanders
Welcome to our quarterly Data and Privacy eBulletin in which we reflect on some of the key developments since February 2017.
By Louis Castellani, Sandi Simons, Catherine Philps
A new judgment, handed down by the High Court earlier this week, has significantly changed the law on litigation privilege.
By Abigail Payne, Alan Moss, Jonathan Berger
The feature film I Am Not A Witch, produced by Emily Morgan of our client Soda Pictures, has been named in the line-up for the Directors' Fortnight at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
By John Kelly
Guidelines for Facebook's moderators on deciding what content to allow, or to remove, from the social media platform have been published by The Guardian and are likely to spark discussions...
By Glen Atchison, David Scott, Gary Ashford, Chris Moorcroft
Today the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the RT Hon Philip Hammond MP, announced the Spring Budget 2017.
By David Scott, Matthew Barnett, Emily Grosvenor-Taylor
Today's judgment, which sees an end to the 13-year case, should reassure charities that a challenge to a will, will not be an automatic threat to a charitable legacy.
By Jeremy Morton, Andy Millmore, Shireen Peermohamed
The Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Act 2017 is set to become law shortly, introducing significant changes to this complex area of IP law in the UK.
By John Kelly
Harbottle & Lewis represented its client Pets at Home in this matter and secured an on air broadcast of the BBC Trust ruling.
By Nicola Tager, Yvonne Gallagher
On 7 March 2017, stringent new rules on references for the financial services sector came into force.
By Gulay Mehmet, Poppy Lucas
Employers should consider checking that the records they hold for employees, demonstrating their right to work in the UK are up-to-date.
By Howard Hymanson, Charlie Thompson
Everyone experiences adverse life events which can affect the state of someone's mental health.
By Marian Derham, Nicola Tager
Guidance on how to comply with gender pay gap reporting two months ahead of the rules coming into force has been made available by the government and conciliation service Acas.
By Caroline Turner
On 28 October 2008, the Authors Guild, the Association of American Publishers and Google announced that they had reached a potentially groundbreaking Settlement dealing with Google's much-publicised 'Library Project', which involved Google digitizing publications without permission from the rights holders.