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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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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Family Law (14 June – 28 June)

Family News Councils receive £1.5m to tackle childhood obesity Cypnow – 25 June Birmingham, Blackburn with Darwen, Bradford, Lewisham and Nottinghamshire councils have all been given a share of... Read more
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Immigration Law (14 June – 28 June)

Immigration News How could a UK points-based immigration system work? BBC News – 27 June New MP candidate, Boris Johnson, has expressed an interest in looking into an Australian-style... Read more
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Five from 5 Essex Court - Uber, the Gig Economy and Personal Data

This edition is packed with great content that I hope will be both informative and interesting to our ever growing readership. There are five short articles on (i) Uber and its drivers' personal... Read more
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Q&A with Dean Armstrong QC

Bloomsbury Professional catch up with lawyer and author, Dean Armstrong QC. Read more

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