The new Act seeks to protect workers on insecure Contracts or working variable hours, what could otherwise be called “casual working”.
The Irish Government’s news department, Merrion Street, has issued an update regarding the storage of personal data by Irish companies in or on UK based cloud systems.
Given the continuing uncertainty and proximity in relation to Brexit (29th March 2019 at the time of writing!), it is important now for businesses ..
Carter Anhold & Co secure successful defence of Banking Guarantee Enforcement case, and achieve a costs order in favour of the Defendant Guarantor.
As the countdown to Christmas gets ever closer, retail activity receives a foreseeable general boost which, in turn, provides for an increase in purchase receipts.
Article 35 of the General Data Protection Regulations (the “GDPR”) requires a DPIA be carried out by a controller where the type of data processing, in particular using new technology ….
As Christmas approaches, the airwaves commonly tell of stories concerning inappropriate behaviour in the workplace and sexual harassment claims arising perhaps during a work place party or the like
In pursuance of the Programme for a Partnership Government, a community based CCTV scheme was established with the intention of supporting local communities who wish to install and maintain CCTV …
The General Data Protection Regulation (2016/679 GDPR) introduces a new right of data portability (Art 20).
Nowadays, things can be hectic between running my own solicitor’s practice, Carter Anhold Ltd, from two offices in Sligo and Dublin, and trying to train for competitions, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. My passion for horses has never left me.
A DPIA is a process designed to help you systematically analyse, identify and minimise the data protection risks of your personal data processing activities. A DPIA should generally be carried out prior to the processing by the data controller.
Vultures Beware – Borrowers have a new weapon in their armoury when tackling the vulture appointed Receiver
When taking out a mortgage, the borrower routinely grants the lender a power of attorney, according to the provisions of the Power of Attorney Act 1996.