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Following on from our recent article (“Have you got acookie monster lurking in the wings?”), the InformationCommissioner`s Office has just released its initial Guidance on theoperation of the new law...
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Rollits has advised the recently-opened farm shop,William’s Farm Kitchen in Horsea. William’s Farm Kitchen is at the Hornsea Freeport shoppingvillage. It sells locally and regionally produced food and adelicatessen. There...
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Local baker`s success is a boost for the region`seconomy Rollits has advised Coopland & Son (Scarborough) Limitedon their recent acquisition of 18 Woodheads shops. When Cooplands secured a deal earlier...
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Your business or organisation never stands still. So it`sunlikely your health and safety needs ever stand still. Whilst youmay be progressive with many things, are you honestly asprogressive with your...
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Yorkshire businesses will be competing on the golf coursewhen they tee off for charity in a tournament organised by Hullcommercial law firm Rollits, on Thursday, 7 July 2011 at BroughGolf...
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The Coalition Government has announced the introduction of Enterprise Zones. Zones have already been announced within the following Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) areas: Birmingham and Solihull; Leeds City Region; Sheffield...
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Further to the success of last year’s `Run For All`, ateam of 11 runners from Rollits are currently in training for thisyear’s Jane Tomlinson 10K Corporate Challenge, which takes place...
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As from 6 April 2011 the new Pre Application Protocolbecomes operational. This means that everyone who wishes to applyto the Court for an Order in relation to financial matters orchildren...
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The Budget states that the “planning system has held back investment and created distortions in the way that businesses compete, deterring development and growth”. In order to address this, the...
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We are pleased to announce that Hull College StudentRichie Brooke has been presented with the Rollits Award forBusiness & Enterprise. Richie has excelled in his studies overthe past four years,...
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It came in with a blaze of glory … prosecution ofcompanies and other organisations was going to a whole lot easier.It is now approaching two years since the law of...
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Two local authorities have been fined by the InformationCommissioner’s Office for data protection breaches after laptopscontaining unencrypted information went missing. Ealing Council and Hounslow Council were fined £80,000 and£70,000, respectively....
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An Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) survey has revealed that almost half of those who use wi-fi technology in the home do not understand how to configure their network’s security settings....
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On the 4 March 2011 the Government published the Charities Bill and the Charities (Pre-consolidation Amendments) Order 2011. The Charities Bill is not intended to comprehensively overhaul or amend existing...
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What is EIS? The Enterprise Investment Scheme (“EIS”) has been aroundsince 1994. It was introduced at a time when small businesses werefinding it difficult to access funding from banks. In...
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Experts around the county are eagerly awaiting thedecision of the Supreme Court in Jones -v-Kaney. Experts currently enjoy immunity from suit in respect of anywritten and oral evidence. However, this...
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Legal Professional Privilege prevents any third party(including a Court) from demanding access to legal advice given bya lawyer to his client. In the case of R (on the application of...
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