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28 June 2021 Lloyd v Google – what next?

The Supreme Court’s pending decision could potentially open the floodgates for data privacy litigation going forward.

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Claims club

Watch our on-demand video for our popular Claims Club where we discussed the risk of data sharing, risks in a changing climate, highway claims and what we can see on the horizon.

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18 February 2021 High Court grants local authority injunction to prevent breach of confidence

This judgment is critical reading for public bodies who need to take action to restrain the use of confidential information in circumstances where that information has been inadvertently disclosed to a third party.

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Legal update

17 February 2021 Brexit - now what for data protection law?

UK organisations need to comply with the UK GDPR and continue to be subject to the EU GDPR where EU data is being processed, so there may be two versions of the GDPR to comply with for some personal data processing.

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Guide

Brexit overview: your use of data and Brexit

Despite the lack of clarity around Brexit, there are key data issues that can be addressed now. We can help you with the steps you need to take to mitigate the risks.

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29 September 2020 Corporate transparency and register reform: Government response now published

In May 2019 the Government consulted on a range of options to enhance the role of Companies House and increase the transparency of companies and other legal entities. On 18 September 2020 BEIS published the Government's response following a huge response to the consultation.

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17 July 2020 Schrems 2: Electric Déjà Vu?

The CJEU gave judgment in the Schrems II case on Thursday 16 July 2020. The case examined the means by which personal data can lawfully be exported to the US from the EU.

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In-House Lawyers - 12 June 2020

On demand webinar, focusing on practical solutions to utilise from home in agreements and dealings with business, data and digital law and how covid-19 has changed legal privilege.

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14 April 2020 Staff working from home? How do you keep data secure?

Data protection law requires every business that deals with personal data to ensure that they have “Technical and Organisational Measures ” in place to keep that data secure. Losing that data could seriously damage the company’s reputation and potentially land it with a fine from the ICO and with claims for compensation.

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8 April 2020 Data protection and Coronavirus

The ICO has recently released updated guidance for businesses who are grappling with concerns around data protection compliance during the ongoing Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic

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