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Data Protection changes – why HR needs to know about it now

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The GDPR presents employers (also known as data controllers) with a number of important changes concerning both the way they handle information about their employees and what they tell employees about the information they store. More …

Court of Appeal gives its decision on the meaning of "in the public interest"

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The Court of Appeal has considered the relevant factors to take into account in assessing whether or not a worker had a reasonable belief that disclosure was in the public interest. More …

Professional standards authority for health and social care appellant against General Dental Council (First Respondent) S T (Second Respondent)

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The PSA appealed a decision by the GDC committee on the basis that its decision was unduly lenient on the Registrant. More …

Standards Authority for Health and Social Care v Nursing and Midwifery Council [2017] CSIH 29 (Inner House, Extra Division)

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An appeal by the PSA after a decision by the NMC that a nurse's fitness to practise was not impaired despite a finding of dishonesty. More …

SRA v Libby [2017] EWHC 973 (Admin)

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The Appellant regulator appealed a decision of the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal, dismissing three allegations of misconduct on the part of the Respondent solicitor. More …