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Founded in 1997, we quickly established our reputation as a specialist employment law firm. However, now we’re much more than just a team of…
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Doyle Clayton Solicitors | United Kingdom | 5 Jul 2021

Using Personal Emails for Business Purposes: The Pitfalls

Matt Hancock’s resignation won’t have escaped the attention of anyone with a vague interest in the news. In addition…
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Doyle Clayton Solicitors | United Kingdom | 30 Jun 2021

Covert CCTV recording in the workplace - is it ever lawful?

Anyone with access to any social media account over the past few days will have no doubt seen…
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Doyle Clayton Solicitors | European Union, United Kingdom | 29 Jun 2021

European Commission Adopts UK Adequacy Decisions for Data Transfers

The European Commission (“EC”) has adopted a decision for data transfers to the UK under the GDPR. A separate adequacy decision under the Law…
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Doyle Clayton Solicitors | European Union, Global, Luxembourg | 21 Jun 2021

Amazon faces £300 million fine for GDPR breaches

Luxembourg’s Data Protection Commission, the CNPD, has proposed fining Amazon more than $425 million, approximately £300 million, for alleged GDPR…
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Doyle Clayton Solicitors | European Union | 16 Jun 2021

Failure to appoint an EU representative results in €525,000 fine

The website Locatefamily.com has been fined €525,000 by the Dutch Data Protection Authority for failing to appoint an EU representative. Under…
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Doyle Clayton Solicitors | United Kingdom | 11 Jun 2021

Should all employees have the right to disconnect?

We have learned many lessons from the pandemic for our working lives but one thing that stands out is how flexible we can…
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Doyle Clayton Solicitors | United Kingdom | 9 Jun 2021

Ensuring Compliance with Directors' Duties - Some Practical Tips

Day to day control of a company is delegated by the shareholders to the company’s directors. They act as the public representatives…
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Doyle Clayton Solicitors | European Union, United Kingdom | 22 Aug 2019

The end of free movement as we know it?

Recent confusing press reports indicating that freedom of movement for EU/EFTA nationals will ‘end overnight’ following a no deal departure from the…
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Doyle Clayton Solicitors | European Union, United Kingdom | 19 Aug 2019

Over one million granted status under EU Settlement Scheme

The Home Office has announced it has granted over one million European nationals and their family members settled or pre-settled status since the EU…
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Doyle Clayton Solicitors | United Kingdom | 13 Aug 2019

New Fast Track Visa Category to be Launched Later This Year for Migrants with Specialist Skills in STEM Subjects

As part of an initiative to ‘cement the UK as a science superpower’ Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that a new fast track visa category…
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