Authors

Debbie Heywood

Senior professional support lawyer

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Graham Hann

Partner

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Vinod Bange

Partner

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Martin Cotterill

Partner

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Angus Finnegan

Consulting partner

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Christopher Jeffery

Partner

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Glyn Morgan

Partner

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Siân Skelton

Partner

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Authors

Debbie Heywood

Senior professional support lawyer

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Graham Hann

Partner

Read More

Vinod Bange

Partner

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Martin Cotterill

Partner

Read More

Angus Finnegan

Consulting partner

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Christopher Jeffery

Partner

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Glyn Morgan

Partner

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Siân Skelton

Partner

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21 January 2019

Radar - April 2020 – 6 of 5 Insights

Radar: Technology & Communications Update - January 2019

Radar looks at some of the legal developments expected in tech, consumer protection and data in 2019, and at the UK government's preparations to preserve the data protection framework after Brexit. We also look at the latest court decision on the status of gig economy workers.

There's more to life than Brexit

While Brexit is undoubtedly going to dominate 2019, it will certainly not derail the EU's legislative agenda although it may slow things down in the UK. We are also expecting some significant court decisions this year.

Data protection and Brexit

The UK government prepares for a no deal Brexit and aims to ensure the preservation of a functioning UK data protection regime.

Uber loses in Court of Appeal but is given permission to move to Supreme Court

In the latest in a string of high profile cases on the status of gig economy workers, the Court of Appeal upheld the ruling of the Employment Appeal Tribunal that Uber drivers are workers, not self-employed.

In this series

Technology, media & communications

Morrisons not vicariously liable for data breach of rogue employee, says Supreme Court

IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS

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Technology, media & communications

Maintaining supply chains during the COVID-19 outbreak

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by Multiple authors

Technology, media & communications

UK Gambling Commission focuses on safety

by Debbie Heywood

Technology, media & communications

Consumer protection during COVID-19

IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS

by Debbie Heywood, Anjali Chandarana

Technology, media & communications

UK's Digital Services Tax now applies

QUICK READ

by Debbie Heywood

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