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Notification under Public Liability Insurance Policies: advice for policyholders

The court clarifies what "as soon as possible" means in the context of a notification. It is important that policyholders are aware of the notification provisions in their policies.
06 February 2017

Record fines for airlines in breach of carbon emission rules

The Environment Agency has published details of the latest fines for breaches of aviation emissions regulations, including the largest single fine to date.
03 February 2017

SSAFO Regulations: is your farm compliant?

Farming businesses should check the integrity of farm infrastructure and ensure compliance with the Silage, Slurry and Agricultural Fuel Oil Regulations.
03 February 2017

Enforcement undertakings for environmental offences gather momentum

Enforcement undertakings allow businesses to take control of environmental offences and propose steps to make amends. Environment Agency figures show businesses are embracing the novel civil sanction.
02 February 2017

The Neighbourhood Planning Bill – what are the implications for developers?

An outline of the possible implications for developers arising out of the second reading of the Neighbourhood Planning Bill in the House of Lords.
31 January 2017

GDPR: consequences of breach

As part of our series of briefings on the General Data Protection Regulation, we set out an overview of the consequences of data breaches.
30 January 2017

Consultation on the European Commission’s "Building the European Data Economy" strategy

The European Commission has published a consultation inviting views on its “Building the European Data Economy” package.
30 January 2017

SFO fines Rolls-Royce £497m for bribery offences: what does it mean for the rest of us?

The largest fine in UK criminal enforcement history and the use of a deferred prosecution agreement signals the latest move towards a US style criminal enforcement model.
30 January 2017

Press release

Burges Salmon appointment to act for Cayman Islands Government

Burges Salmon has been appointed to act for the Cayman Island Government on a new waste management system.
30 January 2017

GDPR: Subject Access Requests

As part of our series of briefings on the General Data Protection Regulation, we set out an overview of the GDPR’s new Subject Access Request regime.
27 January 2017

Criminal liability for destroying evidence

Following the conviction of Sweett Group plc's former managing director for destroying evidence, we consider key steps for preserving relevant data when subject to investigation.
26 January 2017

Driverless cars: CCAV responds to consultation on regulatory and insurance changes

The government has published a response to its consultation on regulatory changes needed to support advanced driver assistance systems and automated vehicle technology. We summarise the key points.
26 January 2017
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