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The Inadvertent Data Breach - What Do These Claims Look Like in 2022?

European Union, United Kingdom - January 20 2022 2021 was a busy year for UK data litigators as courts got their teeth into some key issues in this developing area. One area of particular focus was…

Victoria Leigh

A ‘Fundamental Shift’ in Financial Regulation - Further FCA Consultation on New Consumer Duty

United Kingdom - January 11 2022 2022 looks set to be a busy year for regulated firms dealing with retail customers. Following its initial consultation in May 2021, on 7 December 2021…

Chris Webber

Narrowing the Scope of Data Breach Claims? - Warren v DSG Retail Ltd

United Kingdom - September 1 2021 Over the past few years, there has been an increasing number of claims against businesses and public bodies for distress caused by data breaches. The…

Victoria Leigh

Compulsory ADR - Coming soon to a dispute near you?

United Kingdom - August 9 2021 Alternative dispute resolution (or “ADR”) has long played an important role in dispute resolution. A recent report by the Civil Justice Council (the…

Chris Webber

Authorised Push Payment Fraud - court rules on scope of banks’ obligations

United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom - March 31 2021 In March 2018, Mrs Philipp transferred two payments to accounts in the UAE, totalling £700,000, representing her and her husband, Dr Philipp’s savings…

Chris Webber