At its 49th plenary session on 19 May 2021 the EDPB adopted a Statement on the Data Governance Act (DGA) in light of developments in the legislative process.
Goodbye to Council Regulation (EC) No 1206/2001 of 28 May 2001 and no hello to EU Recast Evidence Regulation – and Coronavirus controls procedure...
The President of the EPO has submitted written observations to the Enlarged Board of Appeal on case G 1/21, "Oral proceedings by videoconference".
The UK may have left the EU, and Court of Justice (CJEU) judgments therefore no longer rule supreme on this side of the English Channel.
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
Today, the Employment Appeal Tribunal handed down judgment in the case of Maya Forstater, who lost her job after saying that people cannot change their biological sex.
The UK withdrew from the Euratom (European Atomic Energy Community) at the same time it left the EU on 31 December 2020...
Stevens & Bolton
In the recent case of Mr C Sinclair v Trackwork Ltd, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (the EAT) found that an employee's dismissal, due to the friction caused amongst his colleagues...
The ICO is calling for views on the first draft chapter of its Anonymisation, pseudonymisation and privacy-enhancing technologies draft guidance.
The ICO has launched a new blog series to support organisations to comply with the Children's Code.
The FCA's move to postpone the deadline for PSPs to introduce strong customer authentication until March 2022 is an acknowledgement of the challenges facing the payment services industry...
Changing terms and conditions of employment is a tricky business. Whether it's furlough, reduced hours or pay, this last year has put contracts in the spotlight.
Cleaver Fulton Rankin
The High Court in England recently gave summary judgement to the landlord in Commerz Real Investmentgesellschaft mbh v TFS Stores Ltd...
Sisvel said that the defendants, without a FRAND licence from Sisvel, had infringed the Patent.
Disputes ensued as to confidentiality in relation to the licences disclosed, which were resolved by the court.
In the Particulars of Infringement, served with Voxer's Defence and Counterclaim, Voxer identified the alleged infringements and the patent claims infringed.
Expect the usual, well-paced insights about the most recent developments along with practical tips on how to continue to manage what we all hope is the end game of Covid-19.
Indeed, a client may well spend a considerable amount more pursuing the debt than they are even likely to recover.
The simple answer is that it will depend on the reason why the traveller is unable to produce the negative test result in time for departure back to the UK.
Marks & Clerk
R2/19 is a recently published decision from the Enlarged Board of Appeal (EBA) of the European Patent Office
IR35 is legislation that specifically relates to the employment status of contractors, their relationship to clients, and taxation.