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ICO publishes updated Subject Access Code of Practice

The ICO has reviewed its guidelines on Subject Access Requests. While not legally binding, the guidance sets out steps for organisations to take to comply with the UK data protection legislation.
30 August 2017

DExEU policy papers: what next for Brexit negotiations?

Ahead of the UK and EU’s third negotiation session, we consider whether the recently released government policy papers are a step towards driving the Brexit negotiations forward.
30 August 2017

Duty of care and regulatory compliance: no duty to customers for banks in FCA review

Ten years on from the financial crash, banks still face accusations that they mis-sold interest rate hedging products. Customers' options for challenging these sales and their reviews are narrowing.
30 August 2017

Permission in principle for brownfield sites: what are the key points?

The government guidance on permissions in principle for brownfield sites was published on 28 July 2017. We look at the key points for local authorities and developers.
30 August 2017

Sale of grey market goods is a criminal offence confirms Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has confirmed that grey market goods fall under the protection of section 92 Trade Marks Act 1994 and infringers may now face criminal liability.
25 August 2017

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Burges Salmon advises LDC on Amberon MBO

LDC is a leading private equity company in the UK mid-market and provides up to £100 million of funds for management buy-outs, institutional buy-outs or development capital transactions.
23 August 2017

Subject access request successful for judge's notes from employment tribunal ruling

The Ministry of Justice has released a judge's handwritten notes to a claimant in order to challenge a ruling. This appears to be the first successful data request from a courtroom.
21 August 2017


Changing the game in the infrastructure sector

In this interview Jackie Sadek, Chief Executive at UK Regeneration, discusses the push to improve UK infrastructure delivery and the impact of HS2 and Crossrail on attracting talent to the sector.
18 August 2017

Two-stage tendering for developers: panacea or project management tool?

Developers should consider a number of factors when deciding whether to adopt a two-stage tendering strategy.  
18 August 2017

Swiss/UK Agreement: new court decision on refund

The recent case of Vrang v HMRC showed that it can be difficult (although still possible) to get charges levied under the Swiss/UK agreement refunded.
17 August 2017

Employer duties: Court of Appeal decisions signal a more pragmatic approach

The court has ruled on how employers’ duties to employees affect pension obligations. These cases are important for employers who have taken action to manage final salary pension liabilities.
14 August 2017

IHT relief on holiday cottages – only available in theory?

A First Tier Tax Tribunal case on Business Property Relief for IHT on a complex of 8 holiday cottages in Cornwall has confirmed the difficulties in securing relief on furnished holiday lets.
14 August 2017
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