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Talk Talk’s Failed Appeal Shows Signs to Come for Data Protection Breaches

Talk Talk Telecom Group PLC (Talk Talk) is set to pay a penalty of £1,000 for its delay in notifying the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) of a personal data breach.

Who's the daddy?

What is the legal reality of Bridget Jones' complicated love triangle?

After scolding FIFA on ethics, English soccer stands accused

When lecturing FIFA on ethics, English soccer leaders look like the moral arbiters of the game.

Fears over Labour’s lurch to the left

Gallows humour is rife among moderate councillors at this week’s Labour Party Conference.

Caring for the community

Business improvement districts are having a powerful impact on people and places in London.

On track

Crossrail, the £15bn cross-London rail link, is now 75% complete. Some 31km of the 42km of tunnels that make up the line that runs from Reading in Berkshire to Shenfield in Essex have now been constructed. Susan Freeman, partner at law firm Mishcon de Reya and undisputed queen of networking, donned a hard hat and some hi-vis garb to find out how collaboration is at the heart of the project.

Asset Protection: Unauthorised Access

The current buzzwords of the offshore worlds are ‘transparency’ and ‘accountability’.

September Private Client Briefing from Tax Journal

There have been three key consultations released by the Government in recent weeks, relevant to non-doms, UK taxpayers with offshore interests and partnerships.

Preserving Family Wealth Across the Generations

The high net worth community faces a plethora of challenges and risks to their wealth.

How the wealthy untie the knot

Barbara Reeves in BBC article

Chambers and Partners: Global Practice Guides - Legal Brexit

The Legal Brexit guide provides expert legal commentary on the impact of the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.

Cyber is politics by other means

The release of highly personal information on Simone Biles, Serena and Venus Williams, Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome, amongst other athletes from WADA (Word Anti-Doping Agency), seems to be the latest Cyber element in the continued geopolitical fallout.

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Firms should have the courage to pivot when they’re winning

The Leap 100: Andrew Rimmington writes for City A.M.

Alex Whiston-Dew writes for Independent

Our legal system doesn't know how to deal with revenge porn

"If this is a war, we are not winning it"

Partner Alison Levitt QC, Head of the Business Crime Group, spoke at The International Symposium on Economic Crime on Monday 5 September. Her comments subsequently featured in a New York Times article, 'Law Enforcement ‘Not Winning’ War on White-Collar Crime'.

Everyone needs to do more in the fight against revenge porn

The annual Violence Against Women and Girls report has revealed more than 200 people have been prosecuted for revenge porn. Here's why that isn't enough.

Legal Business case study Reporting on Mishcon de Reya's financial results 2016

The standout performer from this year’s second 25 is once again Mishcon de Reya which, along with Macfarlanes, has been the pace setter in this peer group over the last five years.

Silicon Roundabout: Stephen Diosi on awarding stock to employees

Awarding stock to employees, whether through a formal share plan or otherwise, can be a very powerful tool to reward and incentivise behaviour, playing a key part in the growth and success of a business.

'Children don't want Pizza Express dads'

Separated fathers who no longer live with their children should avoid becoming “Pizza Express dads” with endless meals out and trips to the zoo when their youngsters come to stay.

Rich London homeowners face paying £8,000 'tax' to dig mega-basements

Wealthy London homeowners who plan to dig underground extensions are to be hit by Britain’s first “basement tax” in a fresh crackdown on “anti-social” iceberg homes.