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Ideas are just the start

Ideas are just the start

Cyber Security: What You Need To Know Following #Yahoobreach

Last week news broke that one billion Yahoo accounts had been affected by a cyber attack in 2013 which saw the personal data of users – including their names, phone numbers and email addresses – accessed without authorisation.  It represents the largest data breach ever reported and bookends a year which has not been kind to the internet giant, who only in September announced that it had been subject to a separate attack in 2014 which saw another 500 million of its user accounts hacked. 

While there will be long running investigation and analysis into the causes – Ya

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What will our IP Team be Dreaming of this Christmas?

Our IP Christmas Wish List This Year...

With the Christmas adverts taking over our TVs and the office parties well underway, there’s no escaping that the festive season is upon us. Now that we’ve met Buster the Boxer and sourced those all important Christmas Jumpers, the IP team here at Burness Paull has been busy writing their own  Christmas wish lists.  So, as we put out our mince pies for Santa and carrots for Rudolph, here’s what our team would like to find in their stockings....

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Final Gender Pay Gap Reporting Regulations Published

In what is likely to be one of the most important employment law developments of 2017, the Government has published the final version of regulations requiring employers with more than 250 employees to publish gender pay gap figures.

The regulations are expected to come into force early next year with the first gender pay gap reports requiring to be published in April 2018.

Key requirements of the regulations are:

  • employers will be required to publish mean and median pay information gleaned from the whole workforce;
  • they must also publish how many men a

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