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Potential confusion about Modern Slavery Act reporting requirements
Oliver Elgie, Senior associate
It has been estimated that between 12,000 and 17,000 businesses might have to issue annual statements under section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act. Yet early indications suggest that there is a lack of understanding among some organisations of these requirements.
Product information: the tension between commercial confidentiality and environmental transparency
Simon Tilling, Partner, and Sarah Farr, Associate, Burges Salmon
Confidential business information is a valuable asset and this is especially true of product formulations and manufacturing processes. Helping the business to protect such information from competitors is often a key role for in-house lawyers.
The growing impact of data protection law: Guriev v Community Safety Development (UK) Ltd
Alex Mills, Member of Blackstone Chambers' Academic Panel
Data protection law has received a new public prominence in recent months, and the practical implications of data protection law in a range of contexts have continued to be quietly and incrementally developed in the courts.
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