In May's E-Legal: Advice on mineral rights in "Your place or mine?", procurement advice for academies and public sector bodies plus details of our latest events.
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Information law specialist Caroline Redhead looks at how public authorities handle frivolous freedom of information requests.
In this term's education law update Burnetts' specialist education lawyers conclude the Discrimination by Association feature from our last briefing, as well as explaining the new powers to remove under-performing teachers, the proposed HE and FE Codes of Practice relating to the Equality Act 2010 and the impact of the Public Equality Duty. Last of all, we take a look at website cookie compliance as the Information Commissioner's enforcement holiday comes to an end.
In thie month's employment law e-bulletin, solicitor Hazel Phillips provides an update on holidays and holiday requests, in the light of the Olympics, the Jubilee holidays and Easter.
In this month's E-Legal: What's happening on World IP Day, Absence webinar now online & EU data proposals.
Caroline Redhead, an information law specialist explains the Information Commissioner's analysis of proposals to change data protection legislation.
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