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Updated guidance on data subject access requests

Employees have the right to ask employers for access to their personal data.  Data subjectView Article

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Is an employer liable for a data protection breach committed by an employee?

An employer can be vicariously liable for the conduct of an employee where there isView Article

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subject access

How should employers calculate the timescale for responding to a data subject access request?

An employee has the right to make a data subject access request (DSAR) to obtainView Article

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Key employment law changes on the horizon for Spring 2018

With heavy snowfall across the country thanks to the “Beast from the East”, it’s hardView Article

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Employment law changes Spring 2018
GDPR

EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE – 23 JANUARY 2018

WITH MASTERCLASS ON GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR) FROM EMPLOYMENT LAW AND HR PERSPECTIVES. WITHView Article

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Data breach – employer’s liability for an employee’s wrongdoing

Employers can be liable for wrongdoing committed by an employee where there is a sufficientView Article

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Monitoring emails

Monitoring in the workplace: can employers read employees’ emails?

A recent European Court ruling has held that a Romanian employee’s right to privacy wasView Article

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Data Protection: new obligations for employers

Proposed changes to data protection provisions are due to come into force next year, andView Article

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Queen's Speech 2017 and employment law

Employment law and the Queen’s Speech 2017

The Queen’s Speech 2017, delivered on 21 June, set out details of the legislation thatView Article

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Employees prosecuted for data offences

This year there have been reports of three separate prosecutions by the Information Commissioner’s OfficeView Article

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