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6 August 2019 The Information Commissioners Office flexes its muscles: first fines under the GDPR

After much speculation about what the first fines issued by the Information Commissioners Office might be we have seen two significant statements of intention to fine in the same month

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Hear from Mark Daniels and Helen Simm on privileged communications

In this webinar recording, our experts Mark Daniels and Helen Simm provide you with the key information you need to identify issues relating to the disclosing of documents relevant to litigation, which may have to be disclosed if they are not privileged.

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Advertising and marketing: 7 things to avoid when working with influencers

In this webinar, Alex Watt and Sam Whittingham share their experience in the burgeoning social media influencer industry, advise on the contractual provisions that you should never compromise on in ‘influencer agreements’ and consider the problems that may arise without sufficient contractual protection.

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12 December 2017 Will fines under the GDPR be insurable?

Where companies might be subject to large fines, there is increasing concern as to whether the fines imposed by the regulator will be insurable, either via a company’s professional indemnity policy or a cyber specific policy.

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25 April 2016 Adam Johnson: the complex risks to organisations faced with allegations of abuse

The high profile conviction of footballer Adam Johnson emphasises the complex safeguarding, reputational and liability risks that organisations face.

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Consumer Rights Act 2015 three things to consider when dealing with customers

The Consumer Rights Act 2015 came into force on 1 October 2015. It is intended to consolidate a number of disparate sections of consumer law within one piece of legislation, but it also adds a few additional new remedies for consumers. Hear from Richard Nicholas to find out what businesses need to know about the new law and what they need to do next.

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Volkswagen emissions saga - the implications explained

What started in the US has spread to a growing number of countries - 1.2m vehicles are affected in the UK alone. Following revelations about the emissions deception, Paul Wainwright comments on the potential ramifications and costs for Volkswagen, its shareholders and customers.

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Volkswagen emissions scandal - avoiding litigation frenzy

Jonathan Tardif discusses some key litigation issues arising from the scandal, including Group Litigation Orders and the dangers of claiming too soon.

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Volkswagen emissions scandal - were people acting criminally on their own account?

James Tait talks about the directors’ responsibilities to “act in good faith”, their statutory duties and what is likely to be revealed from the current investigations.

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