Many contracts contain very general data protection clauses, including vague provisions relating to whom data might be supplied and for what purpose. Such general clauses may prove to be problematic so organisations must start thinking about the contractual provisions they will need to have in place and how they will need to change their practices to complement any new provisions.
In this webinar, we will look at how do you stop competitors poaching your best staff or star teams and using your confidential information, including those sacred customer lists, to their advantage and your disadvantage?
Procuring goods and services is a familiar but highly regulated area of law for the public sector. Adhering to the law is key during the whole of the tender process, and a significant amount of time and money can be wasted if an unsuccessful bidder seeks to challenge the outcome of a tender.
According to its annual report, more concerns were reported to the ICO in 2016/2017 than in any other year with subject access complaints topping the bill!
Data protection requirements are set to undergo major reform with the introduction of the EU General Data Protection Regulation...
We would like to invite you to our upcoming Immigration seminar, at our Reading office on 28th June
We would like to invite you to our upcoming Immigration seminar, at our Reading office on 21st June....
Employment law specialist Anita Mishra will be covering the top tips on drafting contracts and Dispute Resolution specialist Stephen James will be showing you how to effectively enforce them at our Restrictive Covenants seminar.