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Procurement law case update: Veridos - what to do when presented with tenders that appear abnormally low

Procurement law case update: Veridos - what to do when presented with tenders that appear abnormally low

A new judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”), Case C‑669/20 – Veridos, provides further guidance on the steps that should be ...

Reaping The Benefits – CRU Certificate Revoked

Reaping The Benefits – CRU Certificate Revoked

We acted for Axa in a personal injury claim in which substantial benefits had been accrued as a result, said the claimant and the DWP, of the injuries ...

Collusion Between Claimants Does Not Pay

Collusion Between Claimants Does Not Pay

Natalie Hilton of AXA Insurance UK and Kellie Maguire of DAC Beachcroft’s Casualty Fraud team secured discontinuances demonstrating that collusion doe ...

NHS Resolution publish the second report on the Early Notification Scheme

NHS Resolution publish the second report on the Early Notification Scheme

The Early Notification (EN) scheme started in April 2017 and changed the landscape for the investigation of potential claims arising from injuries sus ...

UK Legislative Developments and the Impact on Cyber

UK Legislative Developments and the Impact on Cyber

Much has been written about the UK’s data protection legislation reform agenda and its apparent lack of impact on the world of cybersecurity. However, ...

The New Zealand approach to compensation claims – will the UK follow suit?

The New Zealand approach to compensation claims – will the UK follow suit?

During the ICO’s annual Data Protection Practitioners’ Conference in July 2022, the Information Commissioner made a passing reference to there being s ...

Developments in Canadian Privacy Law

Developments in Canadian Privacy Law

1. Introduction Canadian privacy law may soon undergo an overhaul. In June, Canadian legislators tabled Bills C-26 and C-27 in an attempt to supplemen ...

Recent Australian Cyber and Privacy Developments (July-September 2022)

Recent Australian Cyber and Privacy Developments (July-September 2022)

New security measures to be unveiled after Optus suffers large-scale data breach Optus (a SingTel subsidiary, and Australia’s #2 telco) suffered a hig ...

American Data Privacy Protection Act (“ADPPA”): Is the U.S. Finally Getting Federal Data Privacy Protection?

American Data Privacy Protection Act (“ADPPA”): Is the U.S. Finally Getting Federal Data Privacy Protection?

Overview Although American consumer privacy legislation has been left in the hands of individual States, Federal consumer privacy legislation has been ...

Cyber Newsletter - September 2022

Cyber Newsletter - September 2022

Welcome to the September edition of the Data And Cyber Bulletin. This month, to coincide with our Legalign Global colleagues visiting us and clients i ...