Five issues to consider before commencing a legal action
Has your business ever faced a dispute with a customer or another business? If you are contemplating issuing court proceedings, are not sure what to do best when a dispute arises or if you simply want to prepare yourself in advance before any disputes arise then take a look at our top tips.
How far does an employer need to go to avoid a discrimination arising from disability claim?
In Williams v The Trustees of Swansea University Pension & Assurance Scheme and another  UKSC 65, the Supreme Court was required to decide whether an already advantageous policy on pensions needed to be applied even more advantageously in order to avoid a claim for discrimination arising from disability.
EU Geo-Blocking Regulation: Implications for businesses making cross-border sales
The Geo-Blocking Regulation 2018/302 (“Regulation”) has been applicable in the EU since 3rd December 2018. The Regulation aims to boost cross-border e-commerce in Member States by prohibiting unjustified “geo-blocking” and other forms of discrimination based on a customer’s nationality or geographical location.
ICO enforce prison sentence for breach of Computer Misuse Act 1990
A former employee of accident repair firm Nationwide Accident Repair Services (“NARS”) has become the first individual to be prosecuted by the Information Commissioner’s Office (“ICO”) for breach of the Computer Misuse Act 1990.