Category: Dispute Resolution

Hadiha Waheed Jan 2022

Are you breaching Data Protection Laws and GDPR with your video doorbell?

We can see the increase in popular home CCTV devices through the likes of “Ring Doorbell” and “Google Nest” as homeowners wish to protect their properties. However, individuals with such devices must be cautious as the recent case of Fairhurst v Woodard [2021] 10 WLUK
151 passed judgement that the Defendant, Mr Woodard had breached both the UK Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA) and General Data Protection Regulation 2016 (GDPR) through the use of his home video surveillance.

Chris Millar Jan 2021

We are open

During these uncertain times, it is good to know you can count on us.

Even after the recent Government announcement of another national lockdown we remain open for business and are here to help you.

Gemma Taylor Nov 2019

UK rents that are raising the roof

According to recent statistics by Zoopla, renting a home in the UK has become much more affordable. With many still struggling to get on the housing ladder, and renting becoming the no-choice option, where in the country can you get the most for your money?

Claire Peers Jul 2019

Where there’s blame, there is not always a claim

If someone you knew had fallen down the stairs and suffered serious injury as a result of a missing handrail, whose fault do you think it would be?

Chris Millar Feb 2019

What's new in the world of Insolvency?

As always our IP Alerter provides you with a snapshot of the key developments and insight into key cases. The cases covered in this issue include: