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ICO takes action against organisation for failure to pay data protection fee.

2018-11-02

The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) announced in September that they have commenced formal enforcement action against 34 organisations for failure to pay their data protection

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Christmas in the workplace

2018-11-01

HR Departments are always busy this time of year.  Whether it's arranging the Christmas party, dealing with inappropriate Secret Santa gifts or the fall-out from

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Should the current system of fault-based Divorce be abolished?

2018-10-23

In July 2018, the Supreme Court in the case of Owens v Owens [2018] UKSC 41, ordered a wife to remain married to

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Interim maintenance pound for pound orders

2018-10-23

In the case of LKH v TQA AL Z [2018] EWHC 2436 (Fam) in July 2018, the court granted an injunction preventing a

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Proposed Resurrection of Employment tribunal fees

2018-10-21

The Ministry of Justice has confirmed that it intends to reintroduce fees for employment tribunal claims.

Tribunal fees were first introduced in July 2013 starting at

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GDPR data breach complaints up 160%

2018-10-20

There has been a dramatic rise in potential GDPR breaches since its introduction in May 2018. The Information Commissioner’s Office has seen a massive increase

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Emailing on commute should count as work, says research

2018-10-19

A recent study found that 54% of passengers on a train use the onboard WIFI. Many of these passengers describe the journey as “transition time”

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Private Prosecutions

2018-10-18

When individuals or companies have suffered financial loss because of dishonesty, and they seek recompense, they often head for the civil courts. Sometimes

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Sleeping on the Job

2018-10-18

Until recently, some sleep-in workers were entitled to be paid National Minimum Wage (NMW) for every hour of their shift, including hours when they sleep

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Just 6% of UK Work is Traditional 9-5

2018-10-17

Despite, the new 9-5 musical arriving in the West End, a recent survey has revealed that only 6% of people in the UK, work traditional

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