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December 2014

Update on Russia data protection law

Update on Russia data protection law

Further to our previous stories covering the proposed new data protection law in Russia (Law) the Russian parliament has passed a proposal to amend th ...

Recovery of Arrears in Scotland

Recovery of Arrears in Scotland

All leases in Scotland can be registered in the Books of Council & Session if permitted by the terms of the lease. If a lease is registered for bo ...

Global Cyber Risk: An international insurance perspective

Global Cyber Risk: An international insurance perspective

Changing data security laws and emerging cyber risks are a truly international phenomenon as can frequently be seen from headlines around the world. O ...

DAC Beachcroft Adjudication Adviser - December 2014

DAC Beachcroft Adjudication Adviser - December 2014

Holiday pay claims to be limited to two years

Holiday pay claims to be limited to two years

In November, we reported the decision in Bear Scotland Limited v Fulton, where the EAT confirmed that regularly worked, mandatory overtime should be i ...

Court of Appeal to consider compensating "distressed" victims of privacy breaches in 2015

Court of Appeal to consider compensating "distressed" victims of privacy breaches in 2015

In 2014, Google appealed the High Court ruling that prompted a new tort of the misuse of private information and the right to pursue compensation for ...

Rokvic v Peacock [2014] EWHC 3729 (TCC)

Rokvic v Peacock [2014] EWHC 3729 (TCC)

Akenhead J held that a Claimant was entitled to its costs incurred in adjudication enforcement proceedings, even though those proceedings had been dis ...

Horne v Magna Design Building Ltd [2014] EWHC 3380 (TCC)

Horne v Magna Design Building Ltd [2014] EWHC 3380 (TCC)

Mr Justice Akenhead rejected an Employer's application for declaratory relief, finding that a dispute referred to an adjudicator did not include the E ...

Eurocom Limited v Siemens PLC [2014] EWHC 3710 (TCC)

Eurocom Limited v Siemens PLC [2014] EWHC 3710 (TCC)

This decision relates to the enforceability of the decision of an adjudicator hearing a dispute on similar facts to one which has already been determi ...

Application for judicial review of Tribunal fees is dismissed for a second time

Application for judicial review of Tribunal fees is dismissed for a second time

In October, Unison challenged the lawfulness of the Employment Tribunal fees regime in a Judicial Review application for a second time (please see our ...