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Protecting corporate reputation after a privacy breach

United Kingdom - February 4 2019 A data privacy breach can quickly cause immeasurable damage to a company's reputation. It can affect a company's brand, public perception, customer...

Louise Popple.

Is an NDA still worth the paper it's written on?

United Kingdom - February 4 2019 What use are non-disclosure agreements to prevent the disclosure of unproven allegations? This issue has come into focus, particularly in the...

Supreme Court says trade mark owners should bear the costs of implementing blocking injunctions

United Kingdom - June 14 2018 The Supreme Court has ruled that trade mark owners should indemnify ISPs for the costs incurred in blocking access to websites that infringe their...

Louise Popple, Simon Jupp.

Protecting your business from data attacks

United Kingdom - December 11 2017 Following the recent high profile leaks of sensitive financial and trust related documentation, we set out below some best practice tips for Trustees...

Protecting reputation and privacy

United Kingdom - October 4 2017 Protecting personal privacy is vital for any high net worth individual, in or out of the spotlight. The amount and type of accessible information...

Timothy Pinto.