Legal Updates


The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – what is it and what should you be doing to prepare? Part Three

06 Oct 2017

Part 3 – Rights of Data Subjects This is the third in our series of articles summarising the upcoming changes to be introduced by the GDPR. As mentioned in our previous article, data subjects, or those individuals whose data is held, already have various rights in respect of their personal data. The GDPR will strengthen […]


Lasting Powers of Attorney – Why they are still viable

02 Sep 2017

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document which gives chosen attorneys the ability to manage the financial and property affairs, and/or health and welfare matters of the person giving the power of attorney, known as the Donor. It is ‘lasting’ because even if the Donor loses mental capacity in the future so […]


Back to the future for employment tribunal claims

26 Jul 2017

The Supreme Court has allowed the worker’s union UNISON’s appeal that the current system of fees in the Employment Tribunal and the Appeal Tribunal is unlawful.  This decision is extremely significant for claimants who have been dissuaded from bringing claims (as statistics clearly show) against their employers because of the financial cost.  Prior to the […]


The E-Privacy Regulation: What does it mean for your business?

24 Jul 2017

In recent years, the world of communications has changed dramatically. There are now a range of ways with which we communicate electronically every day – including WhatsApp, Viber, IMessage and Skype – which did not exist at all a few years ago. Our willingness to embrace new technology and our demand for instant communications has […]

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