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By Jacqueline Stroud
A decision by judges sitting in the Appeal Court in London has attracted a considerable amount of controversy recently after a ruling that a woman should receive an increased amount of maintenance...
By Catherine Greig
A neutral ban on the wearing of all visible religious signs is not direct discrimination, according to the European Court of Justice. A receptionist in Belgium wanted to wear an Islamic headscarf...
By Valerie Surgenor
Last month, the Court of Appeal in the case of Dawson-Damer v Taylor Wessing LLP held that in searching for information organisations, in certain circumstances, could claim disproportionate effort..
By Valerie Surgenor
On the 10th March 2017, the Italian Data Protection Authority – The Garante – fined five companies in excess of 11 million euros for unlawful processing of personal data.
By David Flint
The Lecce Chamber of Commerce appealed this judgement and the Corte suprema di cassazione then referred the question to the ECJ for a preliminary ruling.
By Richard MacDonald
The Pensions Regulator ("TPR") has announced that it has reached a settlement with Sir Philip Green to help secure the pensions of 19,000 members of two BHS pension schemes, following the collapse of the high street retailer.
By Craig Houston
The recent Avian Flu outbreak across Europe has been raising cholesterol across the industry since December of last year when the government issued a prevention order requiring farmers to keep their birds inside to help prevent the spread of the disease.
By Alan Meek
The pre-pack acquisition of Agent Provocateur by Mike Ashley was almost designed to provoke a reaction and excited comment.
By Valerie Surgenor
The fourth and final part of our mini-series on the draft ICO guidance on Consent, published on 2 March 2017, focuses on the practical impact the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will have on how your organisation records and manages consent.
By Gillian Craig
This litigation has implications for all fume-emitting industries, and particularly the whisky industry in Scotland.
By Valerie Surgenor
The second in our mini-series on the ICO guidance on Consent, published on 2 March 2017, focuses on how the changes to be introduced by the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will impact upon your business and what you can do to pre-empt the changes before their introduction in May 2018.
By Mike Barlow
22 June is notable as chocolate éclair day, onion rings day and now, following today's announcement by the NEC Contracts board, it will go down in history as NEC4 day!
By Valerie Surgenor
The third in our mini-series on the ICO guidance on Consent, published on 2 March 2017, focuses on the alternatives to consent when data processing.
By Douglas Lamb
Business rates have dominated the news in recent weeks and many commercial property owners have been in uproar at the impending revaluation due to take place next month.
By Katy Wedderburn
The Trade Union Act 2016, which came into force on 1 March 2017, aims to "protect millions of people from the effect of undemocratic strike action".
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