Monthly Archives: December 2018

Dear Santa…A Cautionary Data Privacy Tale

It had been quite a year for the keepers of that vast, ever-changing database held in that ever-so-secure environment right by the North Pole. Since Santa Claus had come to the uncomfortable realisation that not only the identities of the …

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Crypto…

HMRC has released the long awaited guidance on how cryptoassets will be taxed on individuals. There are very few surprises in the paper,…

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The “Good Work Plan” heralds a new round of employment law reform for employers

A new round of employment law reform is upon us. In an attempt to improve the rights of zero hour, agency and Gig Economy workers (previously identified by Theresa May as “just about managing”), the Government is set to implement …

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Are robots writing your will?

Law firm VWV conducted a poll which found that the majority of people asked are wary about the use of artificial intelligence in the preparation of wills, with almost a third of respondents saying that they would not want any …

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Are robots writing your will?

Law firm VWV conducted a poll which found that the majority of people asked are wary about the use of artificial intelligence in the…

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Whenever, Wherever… no Shakira, you need to keep track.

“Lucky that I love a foreign land for, the lucky fact of your existence”.  Unfortunately despite the very catchy lyrics of Shakira’s…

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