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Blogs & Briefings    27/10/2021

The de minimis principle in practice. When is a data breach too trivial to found a claim: Rolfe and others v Veale Wasbrough Vizards LLP

What amount of damage is necessary before a claim for a data breach or of misuse of private information is actionable?   In TLT and others v The Home Office [2016] 2217 (QB), Mitting J noted that the threshold was based on the “de minimis principle”, but how is that principle to be applied in practice? 

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Blogs & Briefings    25/10/2021

Recording: 1CL Virtual Open Day

We had an excellent turnout for our Virtual Open Day last week, when barristers Paul Stagg, Ella Davis and Henk Soede, along with senior clerk Clark Chessis, spoke about life at 1CL and the Bar, as well as about pupillage, mini pupillage and diversity and inclusion. It was a very interactive session which gave aspiring

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1CL Webinar: Data Protection Made Easy: the Fun Side of Data Processing

Thursday
11
November

In this webinar Sarah Prager and Ian Clarke will be discussing Data Protection. They will be covering: The Data Protection Act 2018 Processing principles Lawful processing Special category data Reasons for processing data Fairness and transparency Quantum – damages for distress Quantum – damages for breach of the Act The Human Rights Act 1998 Sarah

Limitation, date of knowledge – claimants in or defendants take them out!

Thursday
4
November

In this webinar, David Thomson and Francesca O’Neill will be discussing date of knowledge, looking at how claimants should assess date of knowledge and present this in proceedings. They will also look at defendants’ assessment and tactics to improve their poor outcome in much of the case law. David and Francesca will also be answering

1CL Virtual Open Day

Wednesday
20
October

Our Virtual Open Day gave aspiring barristers and law students the opportunity to hear from some of our barristers and from our senior clerk, and to have their questions answered. The programme: Introduction to 1CL and Pupillage – Paul Stagg Mini Pupillages – Ella Davis A Clerking Perspective – Clark Chessis, Senior Clerk Diversity &

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