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ICO crackdown on GDPR non-compliance – a stark warning to others
Recently, the Information Commissioner’s Office announced its intention to issue two landmark fines – £183 million against British Airways and
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Experienced Trade Mark Attorney welcomed to the team
We are seeking to expand our existing intellectual property expertise with the appointment of a dedicated Trade Mark Attorney, Andrew
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iLaw shares employment advice as temperatures soar
With temperatures set to reach the mid-30s this week, employers need to think about the safety and comfort of staff.
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Supreme Court offers clarity on restrictive covenants, says iLaw
In the case of Tillman v Egon Zehnder Ltd, the Supreme Court has dismissed an earlier decision of the Court
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iLaw shortlisted for prestigious SME National Business Award
Innovative London law firm, iLaw, has been shortlisted in the ‘Business of the Year less than 50 Employees’ category at
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Government announce proposal to revamp sick pay eligibility
The Government has announced new proposals that would see around two million low-paid workers receive statutory sick pay for the
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Less than a third of men taking parental leave
The latest research into parental leave has found that less than one in three new fathers are failing to take
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Preparing for IR35
The Government’s changes to IR35 come in to effect on 6 April 2020. IR35 is the collective term for off-payroll
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Prime Minister considering new paid paternity policy
Prime Minister Theresa May is considering offering fathers 12 weeks’ paid paternity leave as one of her ‘legacy’ policies before
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MPs call for ban on NDA ‘gaggling clauses’
MPs are leading calls for a ban on non-disclosure agreements (NDA) which are being used by employers to silence employees
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