Changes in data protection laws and an evolving market environment have led some big companies to take an apparent step backwards and rely more and more on first party data.
A trust is a legal arrangement where money, property or investments are formally transferred to a select group of people (trustees) or a trust company.
The breakdown of a marriage and subsequent divorce is an unfortunate chain of events that can prove to be very stressful and challenging.
Internal security breaches pose one of the greatest financial and reputational risks for business of all sizes, particularly SMEs.
There are several practical steps which businesses should be taking now to prepare themselves for important changes to employment law which will take effect on 6 April 2020.
A power of attorney is a legal document, through which you can assign a person to act or make decisions on your behalf during times when you are unable to do so.
This week the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) formally adopted its Recommendation on Artificial Intelligence (AI) – the first intergovernmental standard on this area.
Parents and primary carers who suffer the loss of a child will be entitled to at least two weeks’ paid parental bereavement leave from April 2020, the government has confirmed.