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The High Court strikes out unfounded claims following a cyberattack

United Kingdom - August 5 2021 Judgment confirms that non-data protection claims cannot be pursued when the incident is perpetrated by a third party and closes down recovery of…

Jamie Halpin, Ashley Hurst

How businesses across Europe can handle the rise of data protection litigation

Belgium, European Union, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, United Kingdom - July 21 2021 Mass damage claims in data protection litigation vary between European jurisdictions and require different approaches and considerations Large group…

Laurens Dauwe, Samuel Martínez, Dr. Flemming Moos, Anne Wittmann

Information Commissioner hints that Covid-19 leniency is coming to an end

United Kingdom - October 2 2020 The ICO has written to businesses setting out what support they can expect in relation to data protection and freedom of information as the Covid-19…

Georgina Graham, Jamie Halpin, Ashley Hurst

Top 10 Cyber Security issues amid Covid-19

United Kingdom - April 23 2020 As many businesses face major business interruption and heightened cyber risk through working from home at scale, Osborne Clarke’s international…

Béatrice Delmas-Linel, Ashley Hurst, Nina Lazic, Dr. Flemming Moos

Tech trends in 2020 and beyond

European Union, United Kingdom - January 22 2020 As technological innovation and digital transformation continue at a ferocious pace, a joint Osborne Clarke / Deloitte event, held at OC in London…

John Buyers, Catherine Hammon, Mark Taylor