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Covid-19: Chancellor announces increased support for jobs

Katherine Maxwell


The Chancellor has announced plans to increase support through the Job Support Scheme which is due to come into effect from 1 November.  The Job Support Scheme will take over from the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (furlough) which will come to an end on 31 October. When originally announced back in September, the Job Support […]



Tech news – Issue one

Dorothy Agnew


Welcome to our first issue of our Tech newsletter as a newly merged firm, where we provide you with the latest information in the technology sector about key issues affecting you and your businesses. In this update we cover how to deal with subject access requests and dealing with cybercrime in keeping your IP safe. […]



The privacy shield is illegal

Laurie Heizler


On 16 July, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruled that the mechanism that allowed the transfer of personal data of European Union citizens to the United States was no longer legitimate under European data protection laws. The mechanism is known as the Privacy Shield. In 2016 it replaced the Safe Harbor […]



Keeping your IP safe

Andrew Reid


Cyber-crime is reported to be one of the fastest growing areas of crime, often involving fraudsters gaining access to IT systems, either to exploit them directly or as a step towards acquiring access to online banking facilities or other exploitable information. To gain access, fraudsters typically exploit security weaknesses in a business’s IT systems. For […]

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