Law Blog

These pages represent notes that I have made on various legal topics in reverse date order, that is to say, most recent first.  Some articles have been edited subsequently (for example removing the word "recent" from an article now a few years old).  Some articles are now out-dated with the law having changed significantly.  These are referred to by title only and the contents have been removed.

The content of these notes or articles is entirely my own view and does not represent and should not be taken as legal advice.

TikTok falls foul of the Italian data protection authority... (January 2021)

Observations on the Schrems II judgment (July 2020)

Take care with subject access requests (May 2020)

In which a "surprising" judgment of a Dutch court is, in fact, no surprise at all (May 2020)

Updated thoughts on the GDPR issues following a no-deal Brexit (September 2019) - removed as out-dated

The Skellefteå facial recognition surveillance case - an interesting case on consent (2019)

GDPR post no-deal Brexit - what happens when UK becomes a third country? - removed as out-dated

What comprises a proper Article 13 or Article 14 notification? - does sending the data subject a link comply?

GDPR and Child Consent  - a confused position? - originally published on the Invictus Chambers web site in January 2018

How can post-"BREXIT" UK implement GDPR? - originally published on the Invictus Chambers web site in September 2017 - removed as out-dated

Practitioners - Beware Court Forms - originally published on the Invictus Chambers web site in July 2017

The GDPR is coming [11] - originally posted on the Invictus Chambers web site in March 2017 Civil Appeal rule changes [12] - originally published on the Invictus Chambers web site in February 2017 - removed as out dated

The Andrew Mitchell effect [13] - 2013 - removed as out-dated