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By Martin Palmer
The UK remains in the international spotlight in 2019 as the first member of the European Union to signal its intention to exit irrevocably from the Union.
By Victoria McMeel, Edward Smith
The UK regulator for data protection, the Information Commissioner's Office, has announced its intention to issue its first significant fines under the GDPR which may go up to an eye-watering £189.39 million.
By Declan Goodwin, Megan James
Your commercial contracts are a vital part of your business. They ensure that your everyday trading runs smoothly, efficiently, and on terms that you understand.
By Karina James-Wiltshire
The People with Significant Control (PSC) regime in the UK has been in force since 6 April 2016 and was further amended on 26 June 2017.
By Martin Palmer
The "management and control'' test of corporate residence is a significant connecting factor for tax purposes in many common law jurisdictions.
By Victoria McMeel, Edward Smith
Unconscious bias is the result of our brains evolving to make decisions for our safety.
By Leon Latham-Fisher
In this post, we will consider why taking board meeting minutes is important and discuss the overall risk to the business caused by failing to produce accurate minutes.
By Alex Butler
Fostering a growth culture and engaging with key employees are both vital factors in driving the continued success of any business.
By Mark Craig
The addresses are held on an online public database that can be accessed by anyone worldwide without pre-registration.
By Victoria McMeel, Edward Smith
No significant fines or sanctions have yet been imposed in the UK on any organisation for breaching the GDPR.
By Martin Palmer
The first sentence of the paragraph immediately above is consistent with authority on the source of interest, but the second sentence is not.
By Alex Butler
Directors in the UK owe a number of statutory duties which must be remembered in the context of a plan to implement a group restructure.
By Victoria McMeel
To be an employer of choice and retain the best staff it is crucial that employers recognise the importance of the mental wellbeing of their entire workforce and not just for those employees who are already receiving help.
By Declan Goodwin
With the introduction of the GDPR, 2018 was a very busy year for data protection compliance. Many businesses from all sectors left updating their GDPR compliance programs later than they would have liked.
By Victoria McMeel
Organisations are increasingly looking to implement agile working practices as a way to mitigate expensive property overheads and to boost employee productivity and morale.
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