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Subject access requests under the GDPR: much ado about nothing?

United Kingdom - December 6 2017 There is no denying that the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") will have far reaching consequences for how data is processed but, within the…

Guy Bredenkamp, Nick Chronias, Ceri Fuller, Philip Harman, Deborah Hely, Katy Horner, Alex Lock, Richard Loxley, Udara Ranasinghe, Georgina Rowley, Khurram Shamsee

Furloughed employees - businesses will help businesses by paying up to 80% of workers’ wages

United Kingdom - March 23 2020 On 20 March 2020 the Government announced a scheme to provide all businesses with wages for employees who are furloughed. HM Revenue and Customs…

Deborah Hely

Covert Surveillance: does it breach the right to privacy?

European Union - February 8 2018 The use of hidden cameras did violate the right to privacy of employees who were dismissed for theft, according to the European Court of Human Rights…

Guy Bredenkamp, Nick Chronias, Ceri Fuller, Philip Harman, Deborah Hely, Katy Horner, Alex Lock, Richard Loxley, Udara Ranasinghe, James Rhodes, Georgina Rowley, Khurram Shamsee, David Sims

Data Protection Bill 2017: implications for employers on first reading

United Kingdom - October 4 2017 Last month we reported on the EU's General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR"). The government has now released the draft Data Protection Bill…

Guy Bredenkamp, Nick Chronias, Ceri Fuller, Philip Harman, Deborah Hely, Katy Horner, Alex Lock, Richard Loxley, Udara Ranasinghe, James Rhodes, Georgina Rowley, Khurram Shamsee

COVID-19 Vaccine: Can employers require employees to be vaccinated? - Commercial & Financial Service sectors only

United Kingdom - February 1 2021 As the COVID-19 vaccine is being rolled out across the country many employers are considering the question of mandatory vaccinations for their…

Joanne Bell