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Latest Legal News

Latest Legal News

Every iCloud?

What happens to your digital assets when you die? This is probably not the first question that springs to mind when setting up your iCloud account.  However, in an age where more and more people are living their lives on the cloud, how to deal with an individual’s “digital legacy” is becoming an increasingly important – and complicated – issue.

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Reflecting on All Energy 2019: How can we encourage investment in the wind sector?

From a finance and funding perspective, the message from All Energy was, overall, positive. The main takeaway for me was that further investment is ready and waiting, subject only in some cases to commitments from policy makers.

The recently announced offshore sector deal could be the catalyst the industry needs in terms of achieving updates to the transmission network, continued CfD support and so forth to allow further growth and investment.

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The Menopause: The new protected characteristic?

It’s Tuesday 21 May and I am tuned into the debate in the Scottish Parliament on #EndMenopauseStigma. As a woman of a certain age and an employment lawyer, I am interested to hear their views on how the condition fits into our current legal landscape.

Despite my eagerness to hear more about it, I will admit that the topic makes me feel uncomfortable and somewhat vulnerable.

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