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Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 19 Apr 2019

Secret Video Surveillance Found in Hospital Labor and Delivery Rooms

The New York Times newly established Privacy Project, recently highlighted the extent to which our society has created a “facial recognition machine”


Ius Laboris | Poland | 16 Apr 2019

Poland - Act applying GDPR regulations to take effect

Poland has implemented a set of legislative changes to allow the GDPR to apply. This article sets out some of the main points for employers to keep


Kingsley Napley | United Kingdom | 10 Apr 2019

Justice delayed is not justice denied in a recent slip and trip case successfully prosecuted by Aviva

On 3 April 2019 Bradford Crown Court has given a 21 months suspended jail sentence and six-months curfew order to Farida Ashraf, who pleaded guilty


Stibbe | European Union | 28 Mar 2019

Data Protection & Employment Law: Can They Be Reconciled?

At the GDPR 360 seminar, Carol Evrard, Erik Valgaeren, Jérôme Aubertin and Cyril Fischer discussed some of the numerous interrelations between data


Ford & Harrison LLP | USA | 14 Mar 2019

Expletive My Coach Says

For all their recent excellence and success, the NBA’s Golden State Warriors have developed something of a tedious routine. They seem to pull punches


Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein | Germany | 9 Jan 2019

Carriers' liability for implementing safety instructions

A recent Bremen Regional Court decision serves as a stark reminder to carriers that all contractual obligations, particularly those relating to


SKW Schwarz Rechtsanwälte | Germany | 12 Dec 2018

Transparency requirements for video surveillance

Once the GDPR becomes effective, its provisions must also be observed with regard to video surveillance


Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease LLP | USA | 21 Nov 2018

USEPA Proposes Revision to Policy on Ambient Air Exclusion

U.S EPA recently issued a draft guidance document titled Revised Policy on Exclusions from “Ambient Air” (Draft Guidance) in which the Agency revises


TLT LLP | United Kingdom | 31 Oct 2018

CCTV: ensuring you do not breach data protection laws

The case study at our recent commercial leases seminars included a section about the installation of CCTV in the common parts of a building and in


Birketts LLP | United Kingdom | 12 Sep 2018

CCTV in the workplace

With food safety getting more attention than ever, business owners are increasingly turning to CCTV to protect their businesses. Video surveillance is

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