Missed the GDPR Deadline of 25 May 2018? Don’t Panic There is a Cure for Your GDPR Hangover!

May 29, 2018

If your company is still navigating its way through the EU General Data Protection Regulation, (despite the compliance deadline having come and gone) there are 5 immediate steps you can take RIGHT NOW to become GDPR compliant as soon as possible and get rid of your GDPR hangover! 1.  GET YOUR GDPR DOCUMENTS IN PLACE ...

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Letter Before Action | LawBite

February 7, 2018

Do you have a claim you want to pursue? Have you suffered loss through someone’s negligence or breach of contract? Are you owed a debt? You may wish to issue court proceedings to resolve this issue. However, there are preliminary steps that you should address first. And the principle step is a letter of claim. The Civil Procedure Rules and Pre Actio...

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The Gig Economy: The Pros and Cons of Taking on a Self-Employed Contractor

November 23, 2017

The rapid rise of temporary work arrangements, or the ‘gig economy’, offering flexible work is coming under increasing attack, as the Employment Appeal Tribunal recently confirmed that Uber drivers were workers, and not self-employed. So, what are the advantages to a business of engaging someone on a self-employed basis? They provide a busine...

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Cyber Threats – what are your business’s obligations around hacking prevention?

May 16, 2017

LawBite Software LawBrief Annelie Carver looks at what businesses should do in order to prevent a cyber-attack. What are your business’s legal obligations?

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6 of the Best Ways to take your tech product to market (Legally!)

April 11, 2017

So you’ve had your inspiration for a world-changing technology product. You and your team have sweated blood and worked countless hours to perfect it and now it’s time to launch it into the big wide world and sit back and place the order for your Tesla-S, right?

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Growing fast? This could kill your business…

April 5, 2017

When you first start out, compliance is not top of the agenda when all you want to do is launch and start taking orders. But once you have sales, there are vital considerations and legislation that can derail your business overnight if you don’t know about them.

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9 Important ways that GDPR will affect how your business trades

February 21, 2017

Every business should know by now how to operate within the regulations of the DPA (Data Protection Act). I know what you’re thinking. This is all way too simple. If only the EU could come up with an even more complicated law on data protection that would really test us.

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What are my obligations with regards to collecting data?

January 5, 2017

The Data Protection Act 1998 defines how information about living people may be legally processed and handled.

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Cyber Attacks – The Legal Implications for Businesses

November 21, 2016

In this blog, we consider the legal implications for businesses suffering a cyber attack following the recent reports that Tesco customers had their accounts hacked.

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How Cloud Computing Can Benefit Your Business

December 11, 2014

Cloud based technology allows companies to act more effectively, synchronize efforts and enables a completely new and convinient way to store information. This article explores the main benefits and outlines some of the best practical examples.

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