Q&A with Paul Fisher

Bloomsbury Professional catch up with barrister and author, Paul Fisher.  Read more

Bloomsbury IP & IT Briefing: July Teaser

There were just two significant judgments from the Patents Court in July, one dealing with monoclonal antibodies and one in a telecoms FRAND case. Read more

Draft ICO Code of Practice on Data Sharing – comments open until 9 September

Sharing personal data with other data protection ‘controllers’ is a regular activity for most organisations and their Data Protection Officers (DPOs); whether it is between local authorities and... Read more

Employment and Pensions Law (12 July – 26 July)

Employment News Redeployment rights for pregnant employees and maternity returners announced Lewis Silkin – 25 July During the final days of Theresa May’s government, redeployment rights for... Read more

IP & IT Law (12 July – 26 July)

IP & IT News Hong Kong protestors “in breach of data privacy law” Lewis Silkin – 24 July It has been found that protesters in the recent Hong Kong protests breached the Personal Data (Privacy)... Read more

Arbitration (28 June – 26 July)

Arbitration News South Korea rejects Japan call for arbitration over wartime labour dispute Reuters – 19 July Following a court ruling in 2018 that ordered Japanese companies to pay compensation... Read more

Bloomsbury Immigration Law Briefing: July Teaser

Welcome to the latest Bloomsbury Immigration Law Briefing which covers the period up to 22 July 2019. Read more

Family Law (5 July – 19 July)

Family News “Landmark moment” as Domestic Abuse Bill introduced to Parliament Gov.UK – 16 July The eagerly anticipated Domestic Abuse Bill has received its first reading in the House of Commons,... Read more

Immigration Law (5 July – 19 July)

Immigration News UKVI visa application fees – not always what you would expect Kingsley Napley – 18 July How much do sponsors have to pay for a Tier 2 visa? Kingsley Napley discuss the visa... Read more

How To Set Up Your Ecommerce Business As A Legal Entity

Distance selling through online stores has long-since changed the retail industry irrevocably. For the most part, it’s more convenient for buyers — order at any time from a huge selection, then... Read more

Employment and Pensions Law (28 June – 12 July)

Employment News Wages ‘would be £5,000 higher on average’ if productivity crisis were fixed People Management – 8 July According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), stagnant productivity... Read more

IP & IT Law (28 June – 12 July)

IP & IT News UK privacy watchdog notifies multi-million pound fines for data breaches Mills & Reeve – 10 July The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has started issuing notices of intention... Read more

Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing: July Teaser

Top five cases Poole Borough Council v GN and anor [2019] UKSC 25 (6 June 2019) – The local authority did not owe a duty of care to two children, CN and GN, who it failed to re-house, despite the... Read more

Transparency: an open and shut case — or be careful what you wish for?

Three recent blog posts have engaged with the pressing issue of transparency in the family courts, and the gap between our expectations of fair and accurate legal coverage and the sometimes harsh... Read more

Bloomsbury Immigration Law Briefing: June Teaser

In the news this month, at date of writing, it is still unclear as to who the next Prime Minister will be, the current candidates being Jeremy Hunt and Boris Johnson. The overwhelming favourite... Read more

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