Monthly Archives: November 2010

Data Protection: The Big Stick in use…

In October 2009, Christopher Graham, the newly appointed Information Commissioner, addressed a data protection conference in Edinburgh and assured the audience that he was prepared to supplement the traditional "carrot" approach to data protection enforcement, by bringing the "big stick" out of the … Continue reading

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Directors’ Duties Post-Companies Act 2006: Plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose?

When the provisions of sections 170 to 178 of the Companies Act 2006 were introduced and codified the law of directors' duties, they were heralded by the Government as representing a long overdue modernisation of the applicable law. In particular, … Continue reading

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