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Intellectual property protection covers a number of intellectual property rights and a no-deal Brexit will have an impact on these rights. The impact differs from right to right. The UK Government issued guidance on 16 January 2019 (Guidance). This brief note sets out only a high-level summary of some....read more
When employees are let go what sometimes follows is a request by the employee for their personal data from the employer. This personal data can then be used as ammunition for the employee to support any legal claims that they may have against an employer. So, if any such request is made then what are the rules of engagement for both employees and employers regarding the....read more
Many cyberattacks occur because of ‘phishing’ emails, which are a scam designed to extract sensitive information from recipients. A phishing email will often ask you to fill in your details to, for example, prevent spurious transactions and claim tax rebates, or send money to a bank account where the email seems to come from someone you know and where the bank account details have....read more
What we know so far is that the government plans to incorporate the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) once the UK leaves the EU. If your company operates solely in the UK (and has no data transfers to countries outside the UK), you may not need to do much in the way of compliance with data protection regulation, so long as you are effectively complying with....read more
The ICO have announced that they’re getting new powers to fine individuals of companies, including directors, and hold them personally liable if their company is found to be engaging in unlawful marketing schemes. This development could have huge consequences, and is due to officially come into play on 17th December 2018. It is still yet to be known how often the amendment will be exercised....read more