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Don't ignore the signals – telecoms on school property
We highlight the statutory rights benefitting telecoms operators and how these could affect plans to carry out works to school property.
Can an individual be personally liable for dismissing someone because of whistleblowing?
Court of Appeal holds two directors of a company personally liable for dismissal-related losses.
Could an employer be liable for a malicious data breach by an employee?
A recent Court of Appeal decision highlights the risk that data controllers will be found liable for damages due to a data breach of a rogue employee