22 May 2020

Sophie Kemp writes for the New Law Journal about the scope for a future COVID-19 public inquiry

As appeals for a public inquiry into the government’s response to COVID-19 continue to grow, this article examines the critical concerns which look difficult for it to resist.

Sophie Kemp

18 May 2011

Telephone taping, wire tapping and the FSA – do the FSA have powers to tap phones ?

Since March 2009, FSA rules have required firms to record ‘relevant communications’ and keep them for six months.

17 May 2011

Angus McBride calls privacy laws campaign 'misleading'

Angus has written an article for The Guardian, where he has "accused sections of the media of waging a "misleading and self-interested" campaign over the UK's privacy laws, and questioned whether there is any public interest in exposing the private lives of footballers and celebrities."

17 May 2011

This bile shows why we need a privacy law

Angus McBride wrote an article for the The Guradian, in relation to privacy law. The article follows a complaint lodged by the Middleton sisters to the Press Complaints Commission that led to the Daily Mail and a group of other newspapers publishing articles complaining about UK privacy laws.

16 May 2011

Kingsley Napley recognises growth of Regulatory and Professional Discipline practice

Leading City law firm Kingsley Napley LLP has today announced the launch of a dedicated Regulatory and Professional Discipline Department in recognition of the growing contribution of this practice area to its business.

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