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Data reporting by employers – a new trend?

Hot on the heels of the new gender pay reporting obligations introduced last month, the Conservative Party manifesto which was launched last week (and which we blogged about here) included a pledge to tackle racial pay disparities by introducing reporting on how different ethnic groups are paid. The manifesto also included a new requirement for [...]


Employment - 2 years ago

Shapers: Jalal and Soraya Janmohamed

Show aired on 20th May 2017 Jalal and Soraya Janmohamed  Jalal, Soraya & Farah Janmohamed are siblings and co-founders at OptiBac Probiotics, a 14 year old company specialising entirely in friendly bacteria supplements. Jalal studied Business at the University of Nottingham; he finished on the Friday and, eager to get going, started the company on the Monday. His [...]


Jazz Shapers - 2 years ago

Crackdown on ‘fully-loaded’ media players

As an advertising message, “Want to watch free films, series, sport without having to pay? Who doesn’t?!” was clearly too good to be true. In the UK, sales of media players incorporating pre-installed add-ons linking to websites giving access to unauthorised content have attracted the attention of criminal prosecution authorities in recent months, with a [...]


Intellectual Property - 2 years ago

Digital Economy Act 2017: Key IP Provisions

The Digital Economy Act 2017 received Royal Assent in the wash-up period before the dissolution of Parliament, and has finally been published. The Act contains a number of interesting provisions relating to IP. Dates for these provisions to take effect have now been confirmed. Maximum sentence for copyright offence of communicating copyright works to the public will [...]


Intellectual Property, Technology - 2 years ago