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By Jon Baines, Nina O'Sullivan
For intellectual property owners policing their rights on the internet, domain name WHOIS services have been a hugely valuable tool.
By Jon Baines
Information law analysis: Jon Baines, data protection advisor at Mishcon de Reya, highlights the enforcement powers available to the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) ...
By Guy Wilkes
Unexplained wealth orders (UWOs) and supporting interim freezing orders were introduced by the Criminal Finances Act 2017 and came into effect on 31 January 2018. Guy Wilkes looks at what they mean for practitioners
By Jon Baines
In the last few days before the deadline for compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), data protection advisor Jon Baines is here to answer your questions.
By Jon Baines
I suspect everyone is now fed up to the back teeth of emails from long-forgotten and sometimes never-known businesses and organisations claiming they need us to renew our consent ...
By Sonia Campbell
As your inbox will no doubt demonstrate, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is upon us. Very few organisations are sufficiently confident to say that they will be ready and fully compliant.
By David Rose, Nina O'Sullivan, Eloise Preston
Over the three years between its launch and the trial, there was no evidence of actual confusion, for example, there were limited examples of typographical errors in emails.
By Jon Baines
Jon Baines, Data Protection Advisor, was recently interviewed by the Financial Times. In the article, "GDPR emails highlight variable advice ahead of new data regime" Jon advised on choosing a GDPR consultant
By Kassim Meghjee, Helen Cox
In a new bid to tackle tax avoidance schemes, the government has launched a consultation targeting arrangements that place profits that would otherwise be attributable ...
By Kathryn Hodgson
Most property deals start with heads of terms.
By Claire Broadbelt, Mehmet Karagoz
The 2018 Association of Certified Fraud Examiners' Report to the Nations provides a detailed breakdown of occupational fraud from 125 countries.
By Adam Rose, Jon Baines, Nina O'Sullivan
There has been a lot of noise in the run up to the 25th of May about what businesses need to be doing under GDPR.
By Morag Ofili
The rise of the gig economy has changed the way we look at the application of technology in traditional marketplaces and has provided many people with the opportunity to supplement their primary income.
By Jessie Bridgett
Disclosure is a critical phase in litigation during which the parties provide documents to one another and the court that are relevant to the case.
By Zachary Segal
Despite all of the advantages of arbitration, many contracts default to the resolution of disputes by the English courts, even when both parties are based out of the jurisdiction.
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