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Brexit will not save you from new EU data protection rules!

John Warchus

On 25 May 2018, the largest ever overhaul of data protection laws in the EU will take effect. Businesses must comply with the changes or face fines of €20m or 4% of worldwide annual turnover. Despite this, many organisations have not yet started preparing for the changes.

Creative litigation could unlock hidden value in traded portfolios

Rob Evans

Buyers of mortgage books containing loans in arrears could benefit from extra cash generation through potential professional negligence claims. This is often due to overvaluations or negligence relating to title, purchase price or the borrowers. Rob Evans, partner at Moore Blatch, explains.

Take steps now to prepare for the new general data protection regulations

Dorothy Agnew

The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will become directly applicable in all member states in two years time and will create clarity for businesses by establishing a single set of rules across the EU.

The battle of the ride-on suitcases

Dorothy Agnew

Magmatic Limited, the owner of the popular children’s case ‘Trunki’ has lost its court battle with PMS International, the maker of the ‘Kiddee case’ over the Community registered design rights of ‘Trunki’.

Does the "cloud" have a silver lining?

Dorothy Agnew

Trends suggest that more and more businesses are moving their platforms and infrastructures into the cloud as ultimately that is where their consumers are. This brings in itself a number of challenges for any business owner to consider.  

Good news for online traders

Dorothy Agnew

New regulations introduced towards the end of last year aim to give confidence to consumers when buying online, whether from a UK or an overseas supplier.

Cyber security: protecting your employees

Katherine Maxwell

As we all know, cyber-security is rarely out of the news and this won’t change given estimates that by 2019, an additional 4.5 million cyber-security experts will be needed worldwide*.

Setting up your business to be an attractive investment for would be shareholders

David Bright

When becoming a shareholder in a company, an important consideration is your ability to realise your investment through the sale of your shares to a third party purchaser.

Top tip for a smooth transaction: agree heads of terms at the outset

Thomas Clark

One of the biggest worries when starting a transaction to buy, sell or merge a business is that someone will move the ‘goalposts’, which might impact on your costs and ultimately whether the transaction goes ahead.

Half of travel brands found bookings increased due to Facebook presence

David Bright

Social media is one example of the way technology is evolving and changing our lives.  This is true across all aspects of our lives but especially so in the travel sector as people increasingly turn to social media and online review platforms such as Trip Advisor to research and then decide on their travel plans.


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