You have unlikely escaped the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) which will take effect on 25 May 2018. We look at what this means for businesses and employers. Currently, the UK relies on the Data Protection…
UK consumers will now be able to ask the likes of Facebook and Twitter to delete embarrassing posts under proposed new data laws. The new legislation will preserve the European Union’s General Data Protection Rule (GDPR), and…
Beware of 999 year leasehold properties – our Head of Residential Property, Paul Berry explains more. There is a growing trend among developers to sell homes as leasehold when they previously would have been freehold. Buyers…
The partners of Pinney Talfourd LLP and the directors of Hill and Abbott Limited are delighted to announce the merger of their two firms on Friday 26 November 2021. This merger brings excellent opportunities to…
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