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Disabled children and Ombudsman investigation

James Skeet

A recent investigation by the Local Government & Social Care Ombudsman in a case involving a young disabled man has confirmed that Children’s services in Croydon had failed to meet their combined statutory duties under the Children Act 1989 and the Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Act 1970 to provide support services. 

 

Can Wi-Fi providers be liable for the actions of their users?

Dorothy Agnew

Many cafes, restaurants, hotels and shops provide free Wi-Fi to customers. As the provider, it is difficult to control the actions of users on an unprotected Wi-Fi, and the users could be infringing the copyright of others without the provider’s knowledge or control.

Breaking records for all the wrong reasons - lessons to be learnt from TalkTalk

Dorothy Agnew

In what has become a stark reminder to all companies to take appropriate measures to protect customer data, TalkTalk has been fined a record £400,000 by the ICO for cyber security failings

Facebook and others lose $500 million virtual reality headset case

Jasnoop Cheema

A US Court has recently ordered social media site Facebook, virtual reality headset developer Oculus, the co-founder of Oculus and the former CEO of Oculus to pay Zenimax Media Inc $500 million after finding the defendants unlawfully used virtual reality technology belonging to Zenimax and the co-founder of Oculus broke a confidentiality agreement with Zenimax.

The State of the Nation, Eye Health 2016

Sarmad Gassoub

The RNIB and Specsavers have prepared an excellent report drawing together the latest evidence on eye health in the UK in 2016 and prepared a report of their findings which makes for interesting reading.

Changes to Anti-Money Laundering Regulations may soon affect online lettings businesses

Jasnoop Cheema

There are an increasing number of businesses solely providing lettings services via online platforms and apps. Businesses purely providing lettings services should be aware the Government recently underwent a consultation in relation to the proposed Fourth Money Laundering Directive which when introduced as legislation will change how lettings agents currently carry out and assess anti-money laundering checks on landlords and tenants.

A summary of the new General Data Protection Regulation

Dorothy Agnew

The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will become directly applicable in all member states on 25 May 2018.  It will create clarity for businesses by establishing a single set of rules across the EU.

Settlement Agreements - ensuring a MOORE favourable exit

Naomi Greenwood

If you find yourself in circumstances where you are offered a Settlement Agreement (formerly known as Compromise Agreement) upon leaving a business, understanding the terms and deciding whether to accept can be quite daunting.

Cycle safety

Matthew Claxson

As a keen cyclist I am delighted to have the better summer weather arrive to enjoy my chosen routes, and not surprising that there is an increased number of cyclists around on our roads with the same objective in mind.

What are your options if your child is the victim of disability discrimination?

Erin Smart

Where a disabled child is the victim of discriminatory treatment parents have the right to bring a claim before the Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal (SENDIST). 

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