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GDPR Countdown Week 7 : Employment Contract Clauses

Legal & Law Firm / 6th Apr, 2018

Most employment contracts include a standard clause which says that the individual consents to you processing their personnel data.  Do these clauses survive GDPR and, if not, what do you say instead?

We have already addressed consent and the GDPR in week 9 of our countdown. Consent can still be a valid basis for data processing. H…

COURT TAKES PRAGMATIC APPROACH IN RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY...

Legal & Law Firm / 6th Apr, 2018

Property analysis: Discussing the judgment in Culliford and another v Thorpe, Simon Painter, partner and head of property litigation at Bircham Dyson Bell, and Helen Fry, a solicitor in the firm’s litigation and dispute resolution department, say the case provides an example of how the doctrines of common intention constructi…

BigHand transforms its legal analytics offering and...

Support & Operations, / 5th Apr, 2018

BigHand is excited to announce the acquisition of DW Reporting (“DWR”), the leading provider of legal financial reporting, business intelligence (BI) and matter pricing solutions.

BigHand already works with over 3,000 organisations globally across their various products including dictation, speech recognition, task d…

LSB announces its next three year strategy

Authorities & Faculties / 5th Apr, 2018

The Legal Services Board (LSB) today publishes its three year strategic plan for the period 2018-21 and its business plan for 2018/19.

The strategic plan identifies the LSB’s priorities for the coming three years. The business plan sets out priorities in respect of year one, including the creation of an outcomes b…

City Centre Law Firm Raise Over £4,000 in Charity...

Legal & Law Firm / 5th Apr, 2018

Employees at a city centre law firm swapped case work for core work on Friday as they took part in a marathon charity challenge.

Staff from Slater and Gordon Lawyers covered the distance from Lands’ End to John O’ Groats in 24 hours.

Using exercise bikes and treadmills, 60 members of staff gave up their breaks, lunch hours and spare t…

The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Authorities & Faculties / 5th Apr, 2018

Oxford University Press has published The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples edited by Dr Jessie Hohmann and Professor Marc Weller, as part of the Oxford Commentaries on International Law series.

The rights of indigenous peoples under international law have seen significant change in recent years, as var

Call for law firms to reduce level of PPI fees

Authorities & Faculties / 5th Apr, 2018

Ahead of the Government’s introduction of a PPI fee cap, we have re-iterated our call for law firms to consider how much they charge in this area.

This comes as our newly published thematic review on PPI reveals that four out of five firms active in this area are routinely charging fees of more than 25 percent of the redress they r…

Cambridge team reach Grand Final of International...

Authorities & Faculties / 28th Mar, 2018

CIPIL is pleased to congratulate Ng Yan Chuan (Tripos, Lucy Cavendish College), Julian Nino (LLM, St. Edmund’s College), and Jackson Sirica (LLM, Girton College) on reaching the Grand Final of the 16th Oxford International Intellectual Property Moot 2018.

Hosted by the Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre (

The British Legal Technology Forum 2018 – Post Show...

Netlaw Media / 28th Mar, 2018

The British Legal Technology Forum 2018 post show conference report sponsored by RBRO Solutions has been released today.

To review the highlights of the British Legal Technology Forum 2018 with coverage of the presentations as well as the vendors onsite click here: Conference Report

LSB gives go-ahead to the first stage of reforms to how...

Authorities & Faculties / 28th Mar, 2018

Responding to the Legal Services Board’s approval of the framework for changes to how solicitors are admitted to the profession, employers and education suppliers are being urged to push ahead with their preparations for the introduction of the Solicitors Qualifying Examination(SQE).

The SQE, which will not come in befor…

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