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Domestic CCTV: are you compliant?

The use of smart security devices and domestic CCTV systems is becoming increasingly common. If you use security cameras and similar devices in your home, data protection law may apply and it’s important to know your legal obligations.

2022 predictions: what’s on the horizon for restructuring and insolvency?

The persisting spectre of the pandemic continues to create uncertainty in the market. Over the last 18 months, insolvency figures remained consistently low due to the government support which has been in place. With the prospect of that support coming to an end there is likely to be a reckoning, but when that will begin is unclear. Overall, this next year is likely to be one of resolving loose ends and tidying up before the economy can take off afresh.

HR Horizon tracker Winter 2022

Find out what HR directors will need to prepare for in the coming months and beyond in the Winter 2022 edition of TLT’s biannual tracker.

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Scottish Water set to review panel firms by April

Scottish Water is seeking to update its legal panel, six years after putting together its last roster of law firms. The publically-owned water and waste water company had reappointed DLA Piper and CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang in 2015, alongside BLM. Scottish firm Anderson Strathern won a spot on the panel for the first time, […]

Stephenson Harwood hires new COO from Addleshaws

Stephenson Harwood is kicking off 2021 with a senior hire from Addleshaw Goddard, with Axel Koelsch joining the firm as its chief operating officer (COO). As the successor to Clive Ruse, who spent 21 years at Stephenson Harwood before retiring late last year, Koelsch arrives as a member of the firm’s global leadership team following […]

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DLA lawyer moves in-house to New Covent Garden Market

The Covent Garden Market Authority (CGMA) has appointed a DLA Piper real estate litigator as its first ever general counsel. Alasdair Thomas takes on the GC role at the CGMA, which runs New Covent Garden Market, the UK’s largest fresh produce market, and reports to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra). Thomas […]

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