Changes: a seminar on Jersey employment law

3 June 2016 | 9:32am


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EU Trade Secrets Directive approved

15 April 2016 | 1:08pm

New EU rules to help firms win legal redress against theft or misuse of their trade secrets were passed by the EU Parliament on Thursday 14 April 2016.

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EU Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") agreed

15 April 2016 | 12:46pm

On 14 April 2016 the European Parliament voted in favour of the new General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR"), which will replace current EU data protection legislation:

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Age discrimination: consultation and legislation

15 April 2016 | 12:31pm

On 12 April 2016 Jersey's Minister for Social Security released a summary of the responses to the consultation on age discrimination:

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Callington Chambers is recruiting

1 April 2016 | 12:32pm

Callington Chambers is delighted to announce that it is looking to recruit an experienced lawyer to join its specialist employment law practice.  Having opened in 2013, this is a busy boutique firm working for directors, senior executives and a range of public and private sector organisations. 

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Waiting for the phoenix

26 January 2016 | 11:09am

On 14 January 2016 Mike Hearn, a former Bitcoin proponent, declared that Bitcoin “has failed”.  Since then we’ve seen headlines such as “R.I.P. Bitcoin – it’s time to move on” (LinkedIn) and “Bitcoin: is the crypto-currency doomed?” (BBC News).

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Not such a Safe Harbour?

8 October 2015 | 12:49pm

In a case brought by Austrian Facebook user, Max Schrems, the European Court of Justice decided on 6 October 2015 that: "The United States safe harbour scheme...enables interference, by United States public authorities, with the fundamental rights of persons", compromising the right to respect for private life.  Please click here for our case summary.

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Delfi AS v Estonia: Q&A

26 August 2015 | 5:29pm


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"Chilling" restriction on freedom of expression? Website comments judgment

1 July 2015 | 10:11am

The European Court of Human Rights has published a judgment on comments on an internet news portal.  The judgment places liability for comments on the website, in a decision which has caused concern given factors including the scale of the problem (the infinite reach of the internet), anonymity of commentators and jurisdictional issues.  Click here for a case summary.

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Restrictive Covenants: Royal Court lifts injunctions

5 June 2015 | 4:45pm

Jersey's Royal Court has reiterated that injunctive relief will not be granted lightly.  Click here for a summary of the judgment.

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