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5 tips for rolling contracts
Perpetual bliss or purgatory? Henry Mullen, dispute resolution lawyer at Muckle LLP, picks out the key pitfalls for businesses to avoid on rolling contracts.
Au revoir GDPR?
What does leaving Europe mean for GDPR – an EU law? Data protection expert Gillian Scribbins examines the effects of Brexit on data protection.
ICO fines – this time it’s personal
Data protection expert Gillian Scribbins, explains how company directors can now be held personally liable for marketing malpractice.
Post-Brexit Premier League
It’s widely considered to be World’s most entertaining football division, but what will the Premier League look like after Brexit? Muckle LLP solicitors George Smith and John Devine, review the possibilities for elite clubs, players and supporters.
Have you been framed?
Data protection isn’t restricted to words and names. Here, Gillian Scribbins – data protection specialist at Muckle LLP, talks candidly about CCTV data processing.
10 tips for top contractual relationships
You’re successfully selling your products or services, or perhaps you’ve found a new supplier. Great! But do you have a contract and do you know what the terms are?
To report, or not to report? That is the question
Data protection expert Gillian Scribbins, of Muckle LLP, examines if we are now too quick to report data breaches.
But do you really have a legitimate interest?
Data protection expert Gillian Scribbins, of Muckle LLP, tackles a GDPR grey area for many businesses.
Open source software – explained
Read our one-page fact sheet to make sure open source software doesn’t inadvertently interfere with your IT development plans.
Copyright – times are changing
Currently ‘industrially manufactured artistic works’, created over 25 years ago, aren’t protected by copyright. From the 28 January they will be protected for the life of their creator plus 70 years.