Articles - DAC Beachcroft

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June 2017

Immigration update for employers: Webinar

Immigration update for employers: Webinar

   

PSC Regime Changes: AIM and other companies will need to change their practices

PSC Regime Changes: AIM and other companies will need to change their practices

On 6 April 2016, the Government introduced new provisions into the Companies Act compelling almost every company and LLP to produce, keep and maintain ...

Claims on behalf of an Estate: Be aware of what can and what cannot be claimed

Claims on behalf of an Estate: Be aware of what can and what cannot be claimed

For Defence lawyers, it is essential to keep an eye on the claims put forward on behalf the Estate and to ensure any early requests for interim paymen ...

Do you know the impact of the General Data Protection Act on the costs of a Cyber attack?

Do you know the impact of the General Data Protection Act on the costs of a Cyber attack?

Closing the Gap: Insuring your business against cyber threats, a report produced by DAC Beachcroft, KPMG and Lloyd's of London, offers a unique assess ...

Closing the Gap: Insuring your business against cyber threats

Closing the Gap: Insuring your business against cyber threats

Read 'Closing the Gap: Insuring your business against cyber threats', a joint report from DAC Beachcroft, KPMG and Lloyd's of London.

Real Estate Tip of the Week: Another Chapter in the AGA Saga

Real Estate Tip of the Week: Another Chapter in the AGA Saga

News of a settlement between the parties is always a good thing for those involved, but it has meant a lost opportunity for the Court of Appeal to con ...

China - New Cybersecurity law

China - New Cybersecurity law

On 1 June 2017 China's new Cybersecurity law came into effect. Under the new law, the key obligations include notice and consent requirements as part ...

Greece - Greece’s Supreme Court rules that ex-employee communications can be retrieved and used as evidence in court

Greece - Greece’s Supreme Court rules that ex-employee communications can be retrieved and used as evidence in court

Greece's Supreme Court (Areios Pagos, the "Court") in its recent decision no 1/2017 on a dispute between a commercial company against two ex-senior em ...

Serbia - Serbian DPA sets out its approach to potential data protection breaches

Serbia - Serbian DPA sets out its approach to potential data protection breaches

Regulation of the use of sensitive health data by public and private actors became a hot topic in Serbia following media coverage of a recent request ...

France - Facebook sanctioned by the CNIL

France - Facebook sanctioned by the CNIL

Further to a number of similar controls by the French Data Protection Authority (the "CNIL”), the CNIL publicly issued a formal notice on 26 January 2 ...