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Our model enables us to provide a different approach to much larger commercial practices and helps us develop close relationships with our clients – a boutique firm for people who value a service built around them. We pride ourselves on getting to know you and understanding your business. This allows us to give you clear, practical and specialist advice, specific for your business.

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By Rebecca Anforth

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Radical changes to the UK data protection regime

Changes to UK data protection laws have been speculated for some time following Brexit, so it was not surprising when it was confirmed in the Queen’s Speech that the UK government intends to introduce a Data Reform Bill (the “Bill”). … Continue reading

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Cornwall’s First Startup Event Creates Seven New Business Opportunities!

Local entrepreneurs, creatives, developers, and business experts joined forces this weekend (Fri 20 to Sun 22 May) at Cornwall’s first Techstars Start-up Weekend, hosted by Falmouth University’s Venture Studio, Launchpad.   Over an action-packed three days, twenty-five ideas were pitched … Continue reading

By Rebecca Anforth

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New UK Standard Contractual Clauses

Businesses will no doubt be aware that they cannot transfer personal data to countries outside the UK (a third country) without ensuring that certain safeguards are in place. If a recipient is located in a third country and that third … Continue reading

By Chris Filor

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“Half-Dead Dave” – Banter or Age Discrimination?

Age Discrimination. So held the Employment Tribunals in David Robson v Clarke’s Mechanical Limited. The Tribunal concluded that R had been subject to direct age discrimination due to R having to endure the nickname of “Half-Dead Dave.” The case was … Continue reading

By Chris Filor

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Age Discrimination – Old Fossils & Millennials

Despite running into some 75 pages the judgment in Cowie v Vesuvius & Ors makes for interesting reading, especially as direct age discrimination cases tend to be few and far between. The use of words like “old fossil” has brought … Continue reading