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Data protection law - a broken shield?

European Union, United Kingdom, USA - February 7 2017 Sweeping statements made in an Executive Order issued five days into the Trump administration have cast doubt on the legal status of the EU-US Privacy...

Andrew Kimble.


Too big to pay? Inventive employees, compensation and big business

United Kingdom - January 31 2017 In Shanks v Unilever 2017 EWCA Civ 2 the Court of Appeal refused to overturn a Hearing Officer's decision that a major conglomerate was not obliged...


President Trump's Executive Order may strip away privacy protections for European citizens

European Union, USA - January 31 2017 Section 14 of the Executive Order on "Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States" provides: "Agencies shall, to the extent...

Andrew Kimble, Andrew Parsons.


Filling the evidence gap: a case for the Internet of Things?

United Kingdom - December 19 2016 Smart contracts and the "internet of things" can revolutionise the handling of disputes relating to goods in transit. Around 90 of world trade is...

Alastair Mitton.


What is the business case for manufacturers to invest in the "internet of things" (IoT)?

Global - November 22 2016 In 2015 the World Economic Forum produced a report concluding that the IoT's impact would be: "incremental in the near-term, but transformative over...

Caroline Churchill.