September Bulletin

Our bulletin this month looks at the new Small Business Commissioner (SBC) service available from October, the Data Protection Bill, case law regarding employment tribunal fees being a bar against access to justice, the Court of Appeal ruling on the multi-factorial approach to the public interest question, workers being personally liable for whistleblowing detriment dismissals and holiday pay. Our written bulletin can be accessed here and you can click the image below for our vlog.

August Bulletin

Our bulletin this month looks at the PSC regime, overage disputes over sale agreements, the Supreme Court's assessment of damages where an innocent party benefits from mitigation, shared parental leave, subject access requests, the Gig economy and Taylor report, trade mark infringement and passing off in an Amazon listing case and the cartel screening tool. Our written bulletin can be accessed here and you can click the image below for our vlog

July Bulletin

Our bulletin this month looks at uncovering legal professional privilege in criminal investigations, the new pre-action protocol for debt claims, the Digital Economy Act 2017, an update on the General Data Protection Regulation, auto-enrollment compliance and the national minimum wage. Our written bulletin can be accessed here and you can click the image below for our vlog

June Bulletin

Our bulletin this month looks at new anti-money laundering measures coming into force from the end of June, the EU NIS Directive which will increase exposure to fines for data security breaches, indirect discrimination claims and PCP, the use of employment contracts in the gig economy, Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) - guidance on the proposed Act and the Criminal Finances Act 2017. Our written bulletin can be accessed here and you can click the image below for our vlog.