The legal news subscription service MLex has reported (in a subscriber-only update) that British Airways’ parent company, IAG, appears to be expecting a fine under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), but which it thinks may be at least 90% lower than ICO initially intended.
As widely reported, Ghislaine Maxwell, daughter of media tycoon, the late Robert Maxwell, was denied bail in a high-profile case criminal case brought in the Southern District of New York following her arrest and charge for facilitating and participating in acts of sexual abuse of minors by her long-time friend Jeffery Epstein.
The UK Government has launched a major new campaign with advice for businesses and individuals under the strapline “Check, Change, Go”, encouraging them to take steps to prepare for the end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December 2020.
The Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI) has been granted the right to pursue a judicial review of the Home Office’s artificial intelligence system that it uses to filter and prioritise UK visa applications.
Mishcon’s Fraud Defence & Business Disputes team, with Partner Hannah Blom-Cooper leading, is acting for the Kingdom of Sweden in a civil fraud dispute concerning over 22,000 pension savers, calling on counsel from both 3 Hare Court and Brick Court Chambers.
Partner Melissa Lesson discussed divorce and pre-nuptial agreements for Italians living in England in La Repubblica’s legal blog.
This week the European Commission announced that “the months to come should not be lost for the vibrant European tourism ecosystem”.
As the fastest growing economic region in the world, Asia has never been a more important market, offering significant opportunities for family businesses, entrepreneurs and global companies alike.
What does philanthropy look like today? Between billionaires giving away more than ever before and the creative ways encouraging the rest of us to give money, how altruistic is this new age of giving?
Brexit had been delayed until 31 January 2020 but there is a possibility the UK could leave earlier if a withdrawal agreement can be approved by Parliament before then.
There are many visa options available to individuals or families looking to relocating to the UK. The best route for each person will depend on the main purpose of their relocation and their long term plans.
The Conservative Party’s successful campaign to form the UK government was based on, among other things, promises for law reform including more police on the streets and changes to the sentencing guidelines.