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Data, innovation and maintaining your commitment to data privacy and safeguarding

United Kingdom, European Union - April 5 2017 Laws protecting personal information apply in well over 100 countries worldwide and in all global regions but are particularly prevalent across the...

Life sciences quarterly newsletter - December 2016

USA, Netherlands, Austria, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Belgium, European Union, Germany - December 15 2016 In Fujifilm Kyowa Biologics Co. Ltd v AbbVie Biotechnology Limited 2016 EWHC 425 (Pat) (1 March 2016), the English Patents Court refused to strike...

Gunther Meyer, Jon Walters, Dr. Tobias Maier, Casper Rooijakkers, Nadia Gracias, Lucas Lustermans, Eduardo Buitrón, Magdalena Anna Kotyrba, Cameron Forsaith, Tom van Wijngaarden, Candice O'Brien, Monika McQuillen, Adrian Toutoungi, Michel Chatelin, Teresa Bogensberger, Simon Crossley, Richard Shelton.

Academies Briefing - Winter 2016

United Kingdom, European Union - December 14 2016 On 5 September 2016, the Department for Education's revised guidance, 'Keeping children safe in education', came into force. The document is the...

David Horan, Paul Dutton, Helena Tattersall, Alice Townley Smith, Rif Kapadi, Rebecca Blackburn, Alison Oldfield, Ben Wood, Morag Roddick.

Brexit - new opportunities for data protection

United Kingdom, European Union - July 8 2016 Post referendum, if the UK falls outside the EEA it will be treated like the US in respect of personal data flows from EU based organisations. The...

Brexit - How this will impact on UK Data Protection

United Kingdom, European Union - June 24 2016 Immediately following Brexit, the vast majority of data privacy and public access to information laws in the UK will continue unchanged. Some laws...