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More compensation claims likely for breaches of the Data Protection Act 1998

John Warchus

The Court of Appeal (CA) has recently reversed a decade of case law during which it has been difficult to bring successful claims for compensation under the Data Protection Act 1998 ('the Act'). From now on, barring any successful appeal, claims can be made for distress caused by breach of the Act even though no financial loss has been suffered.

Corporate update: persons with significant control

Kirsty Bowyer

The fourth part of our series of updates looks at one of the most significant changes to UK company law, which will significantly increase the burden on UK companies, as they are to become responsible for requesting information relating to, identifying and disclosing, their significant controllers. 

Corporate update: corporate director exception proposal

Kirsty Bowyer

As we explained in the second of our series of corporate updates following the Royal Assent of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015, the ban on corporate directors will take effect in October 2015.

Corporate update: impact on corporate directors

Kirsty Bowyer

The second in a series of corporate updates following the Royal Assent of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 on 26 March 2015.

Corporate update: Bearer shares

Kirsty Bowyer

The first in a series of corporate updates following the Royal Assent of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 on 26 March 2015.

Corporate update: Changes to UK company law

Kirsty Bowyer

The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill came to the end of its journey through Parliament last week as it received Royal Assent on 26 March 2015 and became the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 (the “Act”).

Young mum’s substantial damage win for Cauda Equina misdiagnosis reflects the experience of many other patients

Maya Sushila

The High Court has recently assessed damages in the case of a young mother, Heather Tait, who developed Cauda Equina syndrome as a result of delayed spinal surgery.

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