I have been writing about the internet for lawyers since 1995 when it first entered the public consciousness and the first few legal websites were born. These early writings, and many since, are published on my blog Binary Law.
In 2007 I joined Delia Venables editing the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers, launching the Newsletter online on infolaw. A regular contributor at the time was Alex Heshmaty, writing accessible articles about technologies. Together we have, since then, covered most topics that explain the workings of the internet – the basics, the issues, the technologies and the applications – as it affects lawyers, and these articles are all now gathered together in a virtual publication inevitably entitled The Internet for Lawyers. – Nick Holmes
Alex Heshmaty considers the data protection implications of use of smart doorbells following the recent county court judgment.
From April 2022 there will finally be a public archive of court judgments at The National Archives.
Sophie Wahba at Wright Hassall LLP looks at the causes of work-related stress, how employers can tackle it and what employees can do if they fall short.
Tina Chander at Wright Hassall LLP has advice for employees affected by the menopause who lack support or suffer discrimination at work.
Gary Pons at 5 St Andrew’s Hill comments on the SFO investigation of O2 for payment of kickbacks and why companies should work proactively with the SFO.