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Subject Access Requests under the GDPR: What employers need to know

United Kingdom - March 5 2018 Employers need to be aware of the enhanced rights employees will have to request and access data under the General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’)…

Tongue splitting, ear removal and branding - the limits of consent as a defence to extreme body modification (Part II)

United Kingdom - March 29 2019 A registered tattooist and body piercer who also provided body modification pleaded guilty in February 2019 to three counts of causing grievous…

Tongue splitting, ear removal and branding - the limits of consent as a defence to extreme body modification

United Kingdom - April 5 2018 Split ‘lizard’ tongues, tattooed eyeballs, genital beading and ear shaping are just a handful of unconventional body modification procedures people…

Sandra Paul

Return to sender: Illegal waste exports are returned to the UK

European Union, Global, OECD, United Kingdom - December 4 2020 On 28 October 2020 the Environment Agency (“EA”) announced that a consignment of 21 waste containers, which were illegally shipped to Sri Lanka in…

Sophie Wood

Sexting: “Outcome 21” - a solution or part of the problem?

United Kingdom - May 4 2018 The increase in young people sexting cannot have escaped the attention of even the most ostrich like parents. The temptation not to think about and…

Sandra Paul