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We are pleased to be able to share with you the details of our new GDPR Update: Practitioner Certificate course: Course: GDPR Update: Practitioner Certificate Date: TBC Venue: TBC Cost: TBC... Read More

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All organisations need to have in place information governance arrangements that are both fit for purpose and compliant with the law. We have a dedicated team with proven expertise in... Read More

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29 May - Madeleine Mould

This article first appeared in People Management on 28 May 2019. An estimated 1.25 million people in the UK have an eating disorder and they can have serious implications. Although... Read More

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24 May - Ben Coulson

In January of this year, it seemed as though the world of probate was going to transition seamlessly into a new digital age. However, not everything has gone to plan.... Read More

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22 May - Stephen Evans

Dementia Action Week has arrived and to mark the occasion I decided to become a Dementia Friend. This is an Alzheimer's Society initiative which simply involves signing up online to... Read More

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22 May - Simon Stokes

Today the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) formally adopted its recommendation on AI – the first intergovernmental standard on this area. The OECD represents most major industrialised nations,... Read More

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20 May - Stephanie Walls

We look at a case where a certified copy will has been admitted to probate, despite dispute over whether the original will had been revoked. In the case of Blyth... Read More

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20 May - Vikki Heard

Blake Morgan is proud to support Dementia Awareness Week (20-26 May 2019). It's not unusual to become more forgetful as we get older, but dementia is a more serious and... Read More

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20 May - Holly Cudbill

This article first appeared in HR Magazine on 17 May 2019. There are many recent, high profile examples of public figures in hot water with their employers over comments made... Read More

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20 May - Simon Stokes

Data may be the oil of the digital economy but its legal protection is fragmentary and complex.  First it's generally understood there is no such thing as "property" in information... Read More

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16 May - Simon Hough

The story of litigation funding has had many twists and turns and, whilst the majority of the new law in this area has supported third party funding as a risk... Read More

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16 May - Jon Belcher

It's hard to believe that we're almost one year on from the biggest shake up of data protection laws for a generation.  Much of the publicity – and the panic... Read More