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Morrisons held responsible for mass data breach committed by disgruntled employee

Michelle Waknine |

Morrisons face having to pay compensation to thousands of employees, following a recent decision of the High Court that the UK’s fourth largest chain of supermarkets was vicariously liable for a rogue employee leaking payroll information online. This decision follows the outcome of the first class action concerning a data breach in the UK, brought […]

Don’t get caught “softlifting”

Eddie Powell, Michelle Waknine |

Fines to UK SMEs exceeded £900,000 in 2016 for using unlicensed software It is certainly no secret that software has become an integral part of the success of modern businesses in recent years. Business management software has assisted with running operations more efficiently, cost reduction and replacement of paper processes. Cloud computing software has also […]

Royal Assent received for the Digital Economy Act 2017

Eddie Powell, Michelle Waknine |

New legislation introduced to extend digital connectivity, regulate direct marketing and protect consumers from unexpected phone bills and ticket bots. The Digital Economy Act 2017 (Act) has officially made its way into UK law.  The Act addresses some of the many issues arising in conjunction with the surge in use of technology, digital media and […]

Fladgate advises on development agreement for lease with National College for Digital Skills

Hollie Docherty, Michelle Waknine |

Fladgate LLP has acted on behalf of Micuber Estates Limited in relation to a development agreement for lease with the newly set up National College for Digital Skills in Tottenham Hale.  The agreement is conditional upon planning permission being obtained not only for the new college but also for a very large residential development on […]

What is a “construction contract” and how does that term vary?

Michelle Waknine |

What is and what is not a construction contract and how does that term vary? One could easily assume that there would be consistent definitions of “construction contract” and “construction operations” in UK statutes.  However, that is not the case. The Construction Act1 The Construction Act is the principal statute applying to construction works in […]