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We advise small, medium and large private and public bodies and advise on all aspects of data protection compliance, GDPR and information governance. As businesses are increasingly the subject of regulations, wWe also offer a specialist all round service for clients who may be faced with regulatory investigations.

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Data transfers between UK and EU confirmed for next six months

Having agreed a transition period during which the EU is assessing the UK’s data protection framework with a view to conferring adequacy, we have now come a step closer to be granted adequacy status following the publication of two opinions by the European Data Protection Board (EDPB).

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Published on 29 April 2021
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Why legislation is always playing catch up with autonomous vehicle technology

Creating a legal framework to govern autonomous vehicle technology poses a particularly interesting challenge for regulators. Given the complexity of the supply chain, where does liability lie? How do you programme a vehicle to make ethical decisions when interacting with other road users?

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Published on 04 February 2021
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A Guide to Setting Aside Default judgment

A default judgment it is a judgment which has been obtained by a claimant by default because the defendant has failed to respond to the claim. The judgment is granted without the court considering any evidence or submissions from the defendant. When a claim is brought in the County or High Court, and the defendant to that claim fails to respond within the specified time limits, either by filing an acknowledgment of service and/or a defence to the claim, a default judgment can be entered against a defendant.

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Published on 26 January 2021

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Corporate manslaughter

This was a sad case where an employee who was asked to work in a part of a factory where he did not usually work was killed by a piece of equipment that he was not familiar with. He was doing a job that he had not been trained to do.

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Published on 05 August 2017
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