The coronavirus pandemic is having a significant impact on the personal and professional lives of people worldwide.
Has your insurance company tried to invoke the clause of force majeure as a reason not to pay within your contract during these covid-19 times?
It’s every employer’s nightmare. An employee with a grudge misuses personal data relating to their employer
Tackling the illegal excavation and trafficking of items of cultural property and preventing their sale in the art market has long been recognised by the international community as a key means of protecting the world’s heritage.
Employment law team from Aaron & Partners have produced a list of top tips aimed at helping UK business owners of UK SMEs understand IR35
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease, COVID-19 continues to pose a significant threat to businesses in the UK.
Most businesses will be familiar with cloud computing. Many companies have moved their IT operations to the cloud, or consume cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) applications and tools such as Salesforce, Dropbox or Microsoft Office 365.
Every time you enter a business arrangement with another party, there’s a chance you could be held liable in case something goes wrong.
In January the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) fined DSG Retail Limited (DSG) £500,000 after a ‘point of sale’ computer system was compromised as a result of a cyber-attack, affecting at least 14 million people.