In-house news vlog: including UCAS data practices – May 2015

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This month we cover corporate and commercial, data security, employment and competition news.
Here are some of this month's highlights...

Key highlight 1 (tune in from 01:45)

Corporate and Commercial news: In a recent case; Raymond Bieber & Ors v Teathers Ltd, it was held that an email that simply stated ‘noted with thanks’ was enough to confirm acceptance of an offer to settle a court dispute.

Key highlight 2 (tune in from 03:36)

Data Protection news: The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) will have to amend their practices after the ICO found that they had breached electronic marketing rules.

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Key highlight 3 (tune in from 09:10)

Competition news: The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has issued two new guides.  One of the guides concerns how company secretaries should comply with competition law when fulfilling corporate responsibilities.

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