New research has revealed that Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs) are costing individual UK businesses between £72,000 – £336,000 each year.
Data protection is seldom out of the headlines these days. Whether its massive data breaches involving multinational companies, members of the royal family suing national newspapers.
This week, a judge at Oxford County Court handed down what is believed to be the first judgment of its kind in the UK relating to the use of the ‘Ring’ doorbell, a popular smart doorbell system that is sold by Amazon.
A multinational confectionery company has threatened legal action against a London vegan snack maker over the colour of one of its fruit bars.
With the Employment Bill back in the limelight, Amanda Badley, head of employment at BHW Solicitors urges employers to find a synergy between business need vs business want.
Natasha Forman and Francesca Lopez are Senior Associates in the Employment Team at Kingsley Napley LLP offer five key areas employers need to consider about a hybrid working policy:
Ever since the administration process became the key business rescue process over two decades ago, the pre-pack administration has suffered a tarnished reputation.
There was a time when data protection was virtually a byword for something dull, boring and technical.
Over the last three decades, we have seen increasingly widespread use of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), as parties with disputes have sought swifter and less expensive ways of settling claims.
On 28 June, the European Commission adopted a so-called ‘adequacy decision’ in respect of the UK’s data laws.