The UK’s cyber security sector has grown by 44 per cent since the announcement of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), it has been revealed.
Drivers of semi-autonomous cars could be fined £1,000 if autopilot modes tempt their eyes off the road. Gurjit Singh, an Associate with Mander Hadley, who specialises in motoring law, has warned motorists who get behind the wheel of the latest
A court ruling has highlighted the importance of ‘good faith’ obligations in commercial contracts, following a dispute between an independent financial adviser (IFA), a company and a pension provider.
A landmark Supreme Court ruling in favour of a Royal Mail employee is expected to bring added protection for whistleblowers. Campaigners have welcomed the ruling as ‘a step in the right direction’ after the court found that the employee was
A pensioner who was left out of his father’s £2.4 million fortune because he was an ‘unwanted war baby’ has won his High Court fight for a share of the family fortune. Colin Johnston told the High Court hearing that
Many couples who are planning a wedding in 2020 and beyond will be busy booking the venue, organising the photographer and perhaps even writing personalised vows to each other. But in the build up to the big day, one important
House prices in the UK have risen at the fastest rate on record over the festive period.
As part of a campaign to offer help for those affected by caring for a relative with Dementia, a client of ours has very kindly allowed us to publish her touching story. Based on her own personal and heart-breaking experience
Stalkers could face five years in prison for breaching a new court order which bans them from contact with alleged victims.
Fender has been fined £4.5 million for flouting corporate competition laws, it has been revealed.