Posted in Privacy

SUCCESSFUL UK COLLECTIVE ACTION AROUND EMPLOYEE LED DATA BREACH

Rogue employees sharing data from the employer can be considered a data processor and held liable for unlawful use of personal data.

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Posted in Fashion Law, IP Law

December issue of a nice reading from DLA Piper on the following topics:

UPDATE ON THE AUSTRALIAN RETAIL MARKET
THE FUTURE OF RETAIL: VIRTUAL REALITY AND AUGMENTED REALITY
ALIBABA ECOMMERCE PLATFORMS: A POWERFUL BUT FLAWED IP ENFORCEMENT TOOL
INSTA-WORTHY OR INSTA-INFRINGEMENT?
THREE MISTAKES TO AVOID WITH YOUR CANADIAN TRADEMARKS
E-COMMERCE IN POLAND-OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR FASHION RETAILERS
HARNESSING HIDDEN ADVERTISING: PITFALLS OF ENGAGING CONSUMERS ON SOCIAL MEDIA
DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENTS UNDER SCRUTINY
NEW HEALTH AND SAFETY LAWS IN NEW ZEALAND: IMPACT ON RETAIL SECTOR
FIVE KEY CHANGES TO INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAWS IN AUSTRALIA – A RETAIL PERSPECTIVE
DISTRIBUTION AND MANUFACTURING IN IRAN
INSIGHT INTO THE POLISH RETAIL MARKET – OVERVIEW OF UPCOMING CHANGES IN LEGISLATION
CUT TO SUNDAY PENALTY RATES FOR EMPLOYEES IN THE RETAIL INDUSTRY

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