Updating consent to receive marketing emails in preparation for the GDPR: be careful!
Posted by Claire Halle-Smith on 17 May 2017
Claire Halle-SmithClaire’s experience in-house coupled with her ten plus years’ advising on data privacy matters enables her to identify those key issues facing an organisation and to provide practical, solutions-based advice.
The Building Safety Act 2022 (which started to come into force in April and will have a phased entry over the next two years), continues to have a dramatic effect on the property and construction industry. A fundamental part of the Act came into force on 28th June 2022 relating to the use of Special Purpose Vehicles (SPV) which could have a significant effect on the approach to procurement strategy and risk allocation for both residential and commercial development.Read article
Throughout Pride month many organisations across the United Kingdom have emphasised the importance of supporting their LGBTQ+ employees, however research shows that there is still a lot of work to be done to truly achieve inclusivity within workplaces across the country.Read article
A recent, substantial increase in disrepair claims being brought against landlords, particularly social landlords, such as Housing Associations, means that it is more important than ever that landlords understand their obligations under tenancy agreements and the relevant legislation, including adherence to the Pre-Action Protocol for Housing Conditions Claims (England).Read article