The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) has set out some key considerations organisations need to review around the use of personal information now... Read more »
Being named an executor for someone you care about is generally seen as an honour as they have placed their trust in you to manage their affairs after... Read more »
It doesn’t sound exciting but when data protection hits the news it’s usually because the fines are massive. Earlier this month, the Irish Data... Read more »
The Digital Devices (Access for Next of Kin) Bill is currently progressing through parliament, having had its first reading on 18 January 2022. The... Read more »
If the validity of a Will is challenged, the applicant often seeks to claim that the testator lacked the requisite testamentary capacity to execute a... Read more »
The Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) is a government approved tenancy deposit protection scheme in England and Wales operated by The Dispute Service Ltd.... Read more »
Amongst the many trials and tribulations that currently beset business they now have to contend with the ending of the temporary insolvency... Read more »
Train; Office; Train; Home – The Renaissance of the Commute is upon us!
Sometimes the commute can be a welcome break from having tasks to do – no... Read more »
The short-term lettings market is big business and far from being the reserve of large portfolio property investors.
Taking a quiet moment to step... Read more »
There’s an interesting article in the ICAEW’s magazine Economia this month, quoting Paul Bannister, Head of Policy at the Insolvency Service. He... Read more »