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ITV make a dogs dinner of the Ofcom Code Read More

ITV make a dogs dinner of the Ofcom Code

Whilst the program may not have been no more than a little light entertainment, this case is a good example of the care that needs to be taken in complying with the Ofcom and Advertising Standards Age....

Google’s/Alphabet’s laugh at itself sense of humour makes corporate press releases all worthwhile Read More

Google’s/Alphabet’s laugh at itself sense of humour makes corporate press releases all worthwhile

Whatever the pundits think of Google’s change of name, how funny to pay homage to the sitcom that makes fun of companies just like Google! As The Guardian says, Google is the Spinal Tap of Tech. ....

Did Moschino ‘Vandal eyes’ Rime’s copyright Read More

Did Moschino ‘Vandal eyes’ Rime’s copyright

US graffiti artist Rime has caused fireworks by bringing a claim against one of the major fashion houses. His mural ‘Vandal eyes’ was copied on to a Moschino dress which was subsequently worn b....

James Cohen, Discusses the Legal Implications of Purchasing a Superyacht Read More

James Cohen, Discusses the Legal Implications of Purchasing a Superyacht

James Cohen, Solicitor at GSC, discusses the legal implications of purchasing a superyacht in the ....

The problem with appraisals…… Read More

The problem with appraisals……

The appraisal process has always been flawed. A good manager will deal with staff on an ongoing basis with the door always open to handle problems, ideas and grievances and should deal with any perfor....

The Copyright Hub Read More

The Copyright Hub

One of the Government’s key copyright initiative took as step forward today with the Launch of the first app based on its services. The app is the first of over 100 that are apparently in develop....

Publishing gender pay figures: will it make any difference? Read More

Publishing gender pay figures: will it make any difference?

The government now sees equal pay as a vote winner. The proposal requiring large companies (250+ staff) to publish their gender pay figures is not new. It was first proposed (but not implemented) by L....

Sharing fitness data – and why small print doesn’t always help big companies Read More

Sharing fitness data – and why small print doesn’t always help big companies

The BBC is reporting how Vitality (formerly Pruhealth) has come under criticism for promoting an app owned by Facebook and not making this clear. The smartphone app “Moves” which records activi....

New immigration checks for landlords Read More

New immigration checks for landlords

The Government’s proposals do not only affect migrant workers. They also impact on landlords, banks, employers, universities etc who are or will be required to carry out checks on migrants, failing ....

Outed by Wi-Fi… Read More

Outed by Wi-Fi…

There’s a great line in a recent episode of the cult comedy TV show, Silicon Valley, when a main character’s visit to a competitor discloses that he’s been there before because his phone automat....

No change to dismissal law Read More

No change to dismissal law

Beecroft’s recommendation to dismiss ‘at will’ would never have worked since it was only intended to cover claims for unfair dismissal and not discrimination. T....

Poltergeist – Film Posters and the Advertising Standards Authority Read More

Poltergeist – Film Posters and the Advertising Standards Authority

The Advertising Standards Authority could be asked to rule on film posters for the remake of Poltergeist. The ASA has a wide remit to deal with complaints about advertising including film posters and ....

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