Blogs & opinions archive for June 2019
- Posts in June, 2019
In the latest in our series of platinum anniversary blogs, Michael Kusznir, solicitor at Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace and member of our Trust and Succession Law Sub-committee, looks back to a time when an ‘illegitimate’ child was a stranger in law and blood to its parents.
Data should be provided on whether the "kindness courts" really make a difference
Should higher charges close to settlement be challenged as duress?
Our self-styled ethical profession has a problem of bullying and harassment. Can it be treated as a question of fitness to practise?
Company could rely on tribunal’s adverse finding on credibility
Supreme Court appeal likely on indirect discrimination case
Action against individuals – and HMRC – for improper use
Claim disallowed as breach cured ahead of proceedings
Deborah Dillon is Lead Auditor, Business & Platform Solution for Atos UK&I. She specialises in Information Governance, including the application and implementation of Data Protection processes and procedures across a wide range of organisational areas. Deborah is a member of our Privacy Committee.