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Fieldfisher secures controller and processor BCR approval for Box
Fieldfisher secures Binding Corporate Rules approval for California-based enterprise content platform
Fieldfisher adds to leading Privacy team with new partner
Renzo Marchini joins Fieldfisher's market leading privacy team
Part 1: Getting to grips with US government requests for data
Under the new USA Freedom Act, intelligence agencies must now be more specific when requesting data from private companies.
Freedom of Speech v Privacy: a balancing act
With the rapid technological advances of the digital age, doubts have been cast over the viability and sustainability of privacy injunctions.
Christopher Leung published 'How to achieve short and cost-effective hearings in registered design cases'
Nicholas Thorpe and James Warren published 'Supreme Court declares Employment Tribunal fees to be unlawful'
David Lorimer and Phil Lee published 'Employers warned against using social media searches for vetting candidates'
David Bond and Susan Jones published 'European Consultation on barriers to establishing and operating retail outlets within the EU'
Robert Shooter and Nicholas Thompsell are mentioned in 'The importance and legal concerns of blockchain technology'
Nathalie Hadjadj-Cazier and Mathilde Razou published 'La mention "Photographie retouchée" devient obligatoire / "Retouched Photo" disclaimer becomes mandatory'
Christopher Leung published 'UK ministers commit to post-Brexit cooperation with the EU on medicines regulation'
Hannah Smith-Willis and Rebecca Baines published 'What role do patents play in the protection of microbiome technologies?'
Alison Dennis published 'It's all a question of timing: Medical Devices, In Vitro Diagnostic Devices, EU Regulations, and Brexit'