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Cyber Attacks: Recent Guidance on Credential stuffing

05 Jul 2022

Credential stuffing attacks have been identified as an increasingly significant area of concern with around 193 billion credential stuffing attacks identified worldwide in 2020. In response to this, the IEWG have published guidance for business and individuals to help you be aware of the cyber crime threat. In this article, the Kuits Commercial team explain […]


Malone v Chief Constable of the Police Service of Scotland

29 Jun 2022

In this article, our Employment team look at this case, in which a female employee was granted £948,000 in compensation after it was successfully established she was victimised and worked in a “boys club”.


Knightley v Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: an employer’s failure to make reasonable adjustments does not itself make the dismissal unfair

28 Jun 2022

Our Employment team look at the recent disability discrimination case of Knightley v Chelsea and Westminister Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and outline the key takeaways for Employers.


Government to introduce new statutory code to prevent ‘Fire & Rehire’ following P&O scandal

30 May 2022

P&O Ferries hit the headlines in March this year after they dismissed 800 employees without notice. Following this, the Government are set to introduce a new statutory code to prevent firing and rehiring. Our Employment team explain in this article.

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