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London Legal Walk – 21 May 2018

Raising funds for the London Legal Support Trust

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GDPR: The concept of consent

Consent is one of the core elements of data protection legislation, however it is not the only basis for processing personal data

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CSR Project: Artists in residence

RIAA Barker Gillette welcomes new artists, Hannah Rummery and Emmylou Yeomans, alongside new works from Bev Jones, Michael Cull and Terry Wood

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The New Electronic Communications Code: Key points for landowners

A new Electronic Communications Code came into force on 28 December 2017, the rationale behind which is the improvement of telecoms operators’ networks, infrastructure and connectivity.

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Cybercrime: Managing the legal issues for victims

Government statistics show that nearly seven out of 10 larger firms in the UK have been hit by a cyber-attack or a breach in the last year

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Avoiding Bitcoin bubbles and cyber currency scams

The surge of interest in cryptocurrencies is predicted to see investors getting their fingers burned as volatility continues and while the sector remains unregulated

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Can pre-nups help to save your marriage?

Wedding season is just around the corner and has an extra buzz thanks to the brace of royal weddings planned for 2018

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Wake-up call for small companies on bribery process

The activity of political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica has been hitting both headlines and the Facebook share price, following accusations that it used the personal data of millions of Facebook users to sway the outcomes of the 2016 US presidential election and the UK Brexit referendum

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Spotlight on equal pay

Equal pay is a legal obligation. In recent months it has hit the headlines, with Ryanair notably coming under fire for inequality in pay between the sexes.

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WCs in takeaways and the workplace

The relevance of a relevant place…

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When mini breaks just don’t cut it

Tribunal says twenty-minute rest periods for workers should be given in one run, not as a series of mini breaks

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Solicitor apprenticeship

Five years, four months and 26 days to go

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