Monthly Archives: March 2017

BBC News: Three words to set alarm bells off for every firm

Three words to set alarm bells off for every firm.

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BBC News: How fake data could lead to failed crops and other woes

How fake data could lead to failed crops and other woes – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-38254362

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When to use an apostrophe

I don’t know about you but it really bugs me when I see an apostrophe being used incorrectly. If you have a reputation to uphold then the last thing you want to do is damage it by sending out written … Continue reading

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Choosing the right software for your business

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Fundraising Regulator’s Guidance on Data Protection

The Fundraising Regulator has published guidance on processing personal data and consents relating to fundraising by charities to help them better understand their responsibilities in relation to donor consent, data protection and legitimate interests to be ready for the EU … Continue reading

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Data Protection

The new Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, recently said; “Ask yourself: What are people expecting us to do with their personal data?” She went on to say: “Your answer should be in a good, clear privacy notice, but you must also … Continue reading

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Charity Governance

The Charity Commission has said that it will continue to endorse the National Council for Voluntary Organisations’ Charity Governance Code, and intends to withdraw its guidance, The Hallmarks of an Effective Charity.

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Getting Contracts Right

The Court of Appeal gave a decision which highlighted the need to get things right in a contract or expensive court action could follow. This applies even to simple things such as the parties’ details and the capacity in which … Continue reading

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Professionals’ Duty of Care

The High Court been looking at the scope of a professional’s duty of care and has given a judgement which provides useful analysis of case law considering the scope of professionals’ duty of care, and the limited circumstances in which the … Continue reading

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Workers’ Status

The Court of Appeal have decided that a plumber was a worker for the purposes of the Employment Rights Act 1996 and the Working Time Regulations 1998 as well as an employee within the extended meaning of the term in … Continue reading

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