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Three new bills passed at the end of 2018

Three new bills passed at the end of 2018

Whilst it may seem like all of the government’s attention is currently on Brexit, it is worth noting that the whole business of government has not ground to a halt. Indeed, three new justice department bills came into force at the end of 2018 with the result that.

GDPR – TIPS FOR EMPLOYEES

GDPR – TIPS FOR EMPLOYEES

Complying with GDPR is the responsibility of every employee so we’ve written some tips on how you can help your business stay compliant.

The General Data Protection Regulations

The General Data Protection Regulations

What do you need to know? The General Data Protection Regulations (‘GDPR’) come in to force on the 25th May 2018 and whilst the Regulations are new, the principles and requirements are not. The GDPR is an overhaul of the Data Protection Act 1998 (‘DPA’), and extends to the processing of personal data of all data subjects in the whole of the EU. Brexit will not prevent businesses from needing to comply with the Regulations. In practice for those businesses that have already been complying fully with the DPA, they should not need to undertake much work to ensure that they are compliant with the GDPR, and will at the very least have the basics in place.

More legal aid support for victims of domestic violence

More legal aid support for victims of domestic violence

The Ministry of Justice has announced that victims of domestic violence will get more support in taking abusive former partners to court.

Legal Services in the UK are GREAT

Legal Services in the UK are GREAT

In case you were not aware, the legal services provided in the UK are Great. But don’t just take our word for it; its official! A global drive to promote the UK’s £25 billion legal services sector at home and abroad has just been launched by the Lords justice spokesman Lord Keen at a reception in Singapore.
Bank Liable for damage to credit rating

Bank Liable for damage to credit rating

The courts recently found that a bank had failed in its duty to investigate an assertion by a debtor that a restricted-use credit agreement had been rescinded before reporting to credit reference agencies that the debtor was in default.