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By Matthew Ewens, Genevieve Woods
The Court of Appeal has overturned a controversial 2017 judgment and ruled that documents created by corporations in the course of an internal investigation may be covered by litigation privilege.
By Kate Higgins
Changes to strategic and director reporting will start to impact boards in 2019.
By Tim Field
Believers in a much more limited role for the state have been on the losing side of history more times than it is possible to count.
By Isabella Piasecka
The High Court has in the case of Sabados v Facebook Ireland compelled Facebook to reveal who posed as a family member to secure the deletion of a deceased man's profile ...
By Philip Freedman, Nicholas Kirby
The Accord Project, the global leader in developing open source code and specifications for smart legal contracts, is pleased to announce the launch of a working group to focus on developing techno-legal...
By Jon Baines
Those who have been waiting, since 25 May this year, for the first formal enforcement action issued under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
By Jon Baines
New government guidance on cross-border flows of personal data is helpful, but serious questions remain unanswered.
By Beth Leng
Over the summer PWC announced a ban on all male shortlists while KPMG declared that it would not be considering shortlists ...
By Steven Bostock, Natalie Loader
On 29 March 2018, the UK and European Union published the Draft Withdrawal Agreement (the "Draft Agreement").
By Daniel Farrand, Victoria Dacie-Lombardo
New rules aimed at protecting tenants from poor living conditions will make mandatory licensing of shared dwellings much more common from the 1 October. An estimated 160,000 properties in England will...
By Tim Thompson, Chris Breaks
Following the release of the names of two Russian nationals wanted in connection with the attempted murder of former Russian spy, Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, reports indicate that the...
By Simon Leaf
The other streaming package was taken by BT.
By Max Nicolaides
Over 370,000 public visitors and 31,200 trade visitors from 56 countries descended upon Cologne during the August bank holiday weekend for the 10th anniversary of gamescom
By Jon Baines
One problem is that PECR are now 15 years old – and in the digital context this is almost prehistoric law.
By Anne Rose
The consultation focused on three key areas: identification of DSPs, security measures and further guidance.
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