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Data Subject Access Request: Advice for Employers

20 March 2023

In this podcast Ciara Duggan and Oscar Poku members of the Data Protection team at Clarkslegal discuss DSARs in an employment law context, as they often appear where there is on ongoing dispute between an employee and their employer. They will explain what exactly a DSAR is, how one is made, and how companies should respond if they receive one.

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Protecting data when working remotely

23 June 2022

Clarkslegal’s Data Protection Solicitors Melanie Pimenta and Jacob Montague discuss some of the issues surrounding data protection and hybrid or remote working.

Data breaches

26 April 2022

Clarkslegal’s Data Protection Solicitors Melanie Pimenta and Amanda Glover explain what data breaches are, how they can be risk assessed and an organisation’s obligation to report data breaches.

Lifting of Covid-19: What this means for employers

08 March 2022

Clarkslegal’s Employment Solicitor Melanie Pimenta explains the new lifting of Covid-19 restrictions and what this means for employers.

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  • 13 February 2023
  • Corporate and M&A

Directors: When should you consider creditors’ interests?

Amidst the current economic uncertainty, directors of distressed businesses may find themselves having to balance conflicting interests.

  • 13 February 2023
  • Employment

Love at work is such a tricky affair

Love at work is such a tricky affair, It can bring much joy but you must take legal care.

  • 13 February 2023
  • Privacy and Data Protection

Love is in the air: Is it data at first sight?

As we enter the week of Valentine’s Day, it is important to recognise the significance of data security, particularly where we have seen the number of cybersecurity breaches increase over the last few months.

  • 10 February 2023
  • Immigration

Bringing your Valentine to the UK

This year, thousands of couples have to spend Valentine’s day alone, due to the UK’s strict Immigration rules. So, how can you ensure that your spouse/partner is able to join you in the UK? In this article, we will touch upon two of the most used yet most difficult routes to bring spouses and partners to the UK.

  • 10 February 2023
  • Restructuring and insolvency

Restructuring and Insolvency – what to expect in 2023

The flurry of economic forecasts over the last few months may reach slightly different conclusions but none give much scope for encouragement.  With no sign of the pressure points of high inflation, interest rates and energy prices abating, we look at three things the coming year might bring from an insolvency perspective.

  • 10 February 2023
  • Construction

When is it too late to claim?

Two recent decisions, one concerning a claim for a very large sum of money and one for one very much smaller, give further guidance on how limitation periods affect claims for payment under a construction contract.