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

Q&A with Dean Armstrong QC

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

Bloomsbury IP & IT Briefing: June Teaser

In a month of few IP decisions in the UK, two Patents Court judgments stand out. Read more

IP & IT Law (7 June – 21 June)

IP & IT News US inventors file more AI patents in UK than UK inventors: report WIPR – 18 June According to a report from the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO), more US applicants are filing... Read more

Employment and Pensions Law (7 June – 21 June)

Employment News Total pay has increased by 1.2% in real terms since April 2018 Employee Benefits – 18 June Total pay, including bonuses, has increased by 1.2% in real terms between February 2018... Read more

The new climate – high safety fines continue

The largest fine imposed on an organisation for a health and safety offence, following the introduction in February 2016 of the Sentencing Council’s Health and Safety Offences, Corporate... Read more

Bloomsbury International Arbitration Briefing: June Teaser

Case Summaries Ceta Opinion - Opinion 1/17 [European Union] Read more

Family Law (31 May – 14 June)

Family News End to divorce ‘blame game’ moves closer Gov.UK – 13 June The landmark Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill introduced by Justice Secretary David Gauke on 13 June, as the UK gets... Read more

Immigration Law (31 May – 14 June)

Immigration News More than half of immigration appeals now successful, figures show The Independent – 13 June According to recent government figures, 52% of Home Office immigration decisions are... Read more

Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing: June Teaser

Top five cases N (Children) [2019] EWCA Civ 903 (22 May 2019) – Father’s appeal against Hayden J’s refusal to review an earlier Children Act 1989, s 91(14) order allowed, where no proper notice of... Read more

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