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The latest in social housing legal news this month
Draft ICO guidance clarifying the approach to the processing of children's personal data under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been published for consultation.
The decision, by Mrs Justice Andrews, concluded that various documents created in an internal investigation (against the backdrop...
TLT advised Chris Frappell, founder and managing director of Tru Tension, on the completion of a £75,000 investment from retail entrepreneur Touker Suleyman.
UK law firm TLT has appointed disputes partner John Paul Sheridan as its new head of Scotland
The pandemic has forced the majority of the workforce into a world of remote working. As a result, our cities are evolving.
Issues that will impact the sector over the coming months - from future proofing social housing developments to managing offices post pandemic, green finance, and creating connected communities.
Watch our video series for information on the legal issues that are affecting the real estate sector. Each...
Helping you navigate your business through the risks and opportunities that Brexit will bring.
The way people shop is constantly evolving, from the growth of online and the changing use of stores...
The widespread disruption and closure of businesses caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent national and local lockdowns has brought into sharp focus the question of available insurance cover for losses under...
The pandemic has had a deep and long-lasting effect on the leisure, food & drink sector, forcing operators to embrace new ways of attracting and servicing customers.
There's a growing demand for retailers to do more to attract the Purple Pound – the collective spending power of disabled shoppers, estimated to be worth around £274bn. We look at the opportunities, the legal issues and...
Green finance is gaining speed, driven by global climate change pressures and the recognition of the vital role which sustainability plays in a resilient financial services sector.
Under the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES), landlords could face substantial penalties for letting energy inefficient properties.