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My data protection predictions for 2021 

In my last column, I looked back at 2020 from an information law perspective. It’s safe to say that no-one would have predicted a...

the year in data protection

My final column of 2020 is in two parts. In this first part, I reflect on what a strange year we’ve had – picking...

New corporate insolvency law requires ongoing performance

The introduction of the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (“CIGA“) in June 2020 was one of the many preventative measures taken by the...

Today is deadline day for retrospective furlough agreements

Many are now familiar with the recent changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (commonly referred to as the “Furlough Scheme”) but keeping track...

is the regulator finally showing its teeth?

With the headlines this autumn continuing to be dominated by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, you may have missed some significant developments in the world...

Commercial property leasing tips

When we talk about commercial property, we’re sometimes talking about a commercial lease. So either its creation or its transfer from one party to...

What OECD’s guidelines mean for UK business

This week the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) formally adopted its Recommendation on Artificial Intelligence (AI) – the first intergovernmental standard on...

Here’s what you need to know before setting up a power of attorney

A power of attorney is a legal document, through which you can assign a person to act or make decisions on your behalf during...

Restaurant chains into administration are magnet for personal liability

Recent news of yet another high-profile restaurant group facing the abyss made big headlines: all but three of Jamie Oliver’s 25 UK restaurants have...

2020 foresight for employers

There are several practical steps which businesses should be taking now to prepare themselves for important changes to employment law which will take effect...

Latest News

3 cheap UK shares I’d buy before the Stocks and Shares ISA deadline

The 5 April deadline is fast approaching for this year’s ISA allowance, and I’m looking for some of the best UK shares to buy...

Travel firms ‘excluded’ from government support

Many travel businesses continue to be “excluded” from government support despite not trading for almost a year, according to an industry trade body. The Association...

Fears grow for 5,000 UK steel jobs as lender collapses

The principal financial backer of one of the UK’s largest industrial groups has fallen into administration. Specialist bank Greensill Capital was the main lender to...

Must Read

Interview with the female CEO of the online brand development platform, Gipnetix

Women in C-Suite are always interesting and aspiring, but Daria Halchak, the CEO and Founder of Gipnetix PTE LTD, is also a personal and...

Ryanair slashes flights as second wave engulfs Europe

Ryanair is going into hibernation for the winter, operating just two in five of its scheduled services as the second wave of the pandemic...

Bottlenecks at UK ports could result in Christmas present shortage

Home bakers and DIY enthusiasts look set to be the latest victims of the chaos at British ports as suppliers warned that orders might...

5 UK shares I’d buy for 2021 that I think could TREBLE my money!

Buying UK shares today could be a sound means for an investor to treble their money. After all, many stocks appear to trade at...