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Reporting requirements in light of the recent data hack suffered by Carphone Warehouse.
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John and Declan met our head of innovations at the outset on what was a key new product. This ensured that we had the right team from day one. What really impressed me is that these people talked our language, got our needs and worked well together.
Clients describe Sarah as having 'outstanding attention to detail' and as being 'a very safe pair of hands'. She has also often been described by clients as 'feeling like part of their in-house team'.
A series of US design patents (analogous to UK registered designs (UKD)) filed by Microsoft in 2006 have been brought into focus by Microsoft’s lawsuit against Corel for infringement deriving from Corel’s Home Office software.
The claimant was working in an environment which tested on animals. The respondent had been subject to attention from animal rights activists in the past and the claimant had been acting unusually
A recent data breach at an organisation which manufactures and sells computing devices targeted at children will remind companies not only of the threat posed by hackers, but also of their own data security obligations.
The Supreme Court has today unanimously upheld the Court of Appeal decision that where a tenant exercises a right to break a lease, no term should generally be implied that the landlord must reimburse…
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