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Individuals and businesses across the world are facing changes that seemed inconceivable just a few weeks ago. The outbreak of COVID-19 across the globe is causing a large amount of...
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The right to be forgotten

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Having false, misleading or outdated information about you online can be hugely detrimental to both your professional and person life, so what can you do about it? In 2014 the...
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The Police Act 1997 created the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) to enable employers to check your criminal history in some circumstances. When carrying out a check there are three...
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This week the public hearings of the second phase of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry began. This follows extensive work behind the scenes by lawyers, including those at Saunders Law, representing...
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In January this year, it was announced that an inquest into the Guildford pub bombings would be resumed. Two bomb attacks were carried out by a subgroup of the Provisional...
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Under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 criminal convictions and cautions that become ‘spent’ do not have to be disclosed except in thirteen specified purposes set out in the Rehabilitation...
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