New on Internet for Lawyers September 2021

On the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers

Stephen Mason considers what is, arguably, the underlying legal cause of the Post Office Horizon scandal – that computers are presumed in law to be reliable

The Post Office Horizon scandal: the law says computers are reliable

William Richmond-Coggan at Freeths LLP answers the question “How will the Online Safety Bill affect my online service?”

How will the Online Safety Bill affect my online service?

Alex Heshmaty explains the “GAFA” tax, a framework for international tax unification designed to reduce tax avoidance through profit shifting. Will it work?

Big tech, small tax: time to pay?

Alex Heshmaty explains the significance of the Pegasus spyware data leak for lawyers

Pegasus spyware scandal: what lawyers need to know

Alex Heshmaty considers the Big Brother Watch judgment concerning the bulk iterception regime operated by the UK government

UK mass surveillance breaches the ECHR

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Tina Chander at Wright Hassall LLP explains the facts about fire and rehire practices and where businesses and employees legally stand

Myth-busting fire and rehire employment practices

Tina Chander at Wright Hassall LLP considers how employers should best respond to flexible working requests

Businesses must expect more flexible working requests – Venables Legal Resources

Robert Lee of Wright Hassall LLP describes the legal and financial considerations necessary before a deal for the sale of a business can be agreed

Brexit and pandemic present business owners with perfect selling opportunities