Victory for W Legal in a novel case A new case on duty of care – John Innes Foundation and Others v. Vertiv Infrastructure Limited [2020] EWHC 19 (TCC). Vertiv, a large infrastructure company, was contracted to provide maintenance for standby and emergency power equipment. The contract had been in place since 2006. Two service […]

Even if an applicant has not begun work yet, once an offer of employment has been made and accepted, a binding contract exists between the employer and applicant. If an employer was to subsequently withdraw the offer, this could amount to a breach of contract. The applicant could then claim damages for the employer’s failure […]

The UK Government’s prognosis on a No Deal Brexit was released on Tuesday, 11th September at 10pm in the Yellowhammer report. While presenting a stark warning about the consequences of a No Deal exit, a key element identified by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) at Point 9 of the “Key planning […]

At a time when we have seen a broadening range of cyber handling headaches, attacks and regulatory change and with new IT software techniques and loopholes emerging constantly, those dealing with data handling in the UK now face another range of uncertainties which will be caused by Brexit. Penalties in civil and criminal cases have […]

A great deal has happened in the cyber and corporate and personal data risk space since our Managing Director, Elliot Shear addressed corporate risks and director’s statutory duties at a summit in Washington D.C. on a prestigious cyber panel alongside representatives of the FBI and SEC in mid – 2107. We have seen cyber-attacks developing […]

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