While GDPR comes with challenges, companies can take advantage of this data detox – get rid of those mass and inaccurate datasets – to beat the competition.
While I hate to be the legal voice of doom in what will be a carnival-like atmosphere, excitement over the World Cup could throw up some interesting and tricky issues for employers which have the potential to escalate.
There has been significant debate around the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Prudential Regulation Authority’s (PRA) decision to fine Barclays chief executive Jes Staley £642,430, for his attempts to trace the identity of a whistleblower.
We’re only weeks into the GDPR, and already companies all over the country have misinterpreted and misunderstood the legislation, or just simply buried their head in the sand when it comes to getting compliant.
Mothercare and Carluccio’s have become the latest in an increasingly long line of high street names to propose Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) involving significant site closures and rent reductions.
It’s not a surprise that I was disappointed with the outcome of our Supreme Court hearing, which ruled against Pimlico Plumbers.
This week, up and down the country, millions of self-employed contractors will be glued to their smartphones, radios and TV screens to discover the outcome of a court case that will have major ramifications on their livelihoods.
New merger and takeover rules will strengthen the Government’s powers to analyse mergers and takeovers that may raise national security concerns.
Business crime solicitor Aziz Rahman examines Formula 1’s money laundering investigation and suggests ways that such a problem can be prevented in the corporate sector.
In a recent dispute between boutique chocolatier Hotel Chocolat and Waitrose, Hotel Chocolat claimed a Waitrose product was an imitation of its flagship chocolate “slab”. Waitrose has since agreed to stop making the bars of chocolate, with no court action taken.
It can be easy to see 25 May as a finish line. This isn’t the case. True GDPR compliance is not measured in your alignment with the rules on the day it gets implemented, but more so your entire organisation’s alignment thereafter.
Where and how you choose to store your data have become matters of great importance, courtesy of GDPR.