This Practice Note explains the key differences between Agile software development and the more traditional ‘waterfall’ model, and highlights the key challenges and issues arising in Agile software development projects.
This Precedent is an internal-facing bring your own device (BYOD) policy for use in relation to employees, other workers and contractors (staff), designed to be used with other policies and privacy notices. This particular policy takes into account the requirements under Retained Regulation (EU) 2016/679, UK General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR), those in the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA 2018) and the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) guide to the GDPR. It is intended for all staff who bring their own computing devices (eg laptops or smartphones) to work and use these to connect to the company’s IT systems. It is in short form and plain, non-technical English so that it can be easily understood. This policy has been drafted to supplement other related policies such as those covering data protection and information security. It will need to be adapted to reflect the technical basis on which access is granted to company IT systems from personal devices.
This Checklist sets out key considerations a controller should typically take into account when conducting an audit for the purposes of evaluating the suitability of a prospective or existing processor of personal data.
This Practice Note considers the law relating to the operation of small civilian drones (also referred to as unmanned aerial vehicles or UAVs, unmanned aircraft, small unmanned aircraft or SUAs) for commercial and recreational purposes. It looks at the International, European and domestic regulatory framework with particular emphasis on the Air Navigation Order, the Retained Implementing and Delegated Regulations and the open, specific, and certified categories. It also considers issues of criminal and civil liability that may arise when using a drone including trespass, negligence and nuisance.
This Practice Note analyses common methods of incentivising suppliers in outsourcing arrangements. It covers services credits, earn back, service bonuses, gain sharing and results-based contracting. It also addresses some general oversight arrangements including step-in, benchmarking and audit rights.
This Market Tracker Trend Report provides in-depth analysis of the 66 firm offers and 45 possible offers made for quoted companies subject to the Takeover Code in 2019. It includes insight into public M&A trends and what we might expect to see in 2020 and beyond.
This Practice Note deals with the purpose of and procedure in the Copyright Tribunal, covering jurisdiction, composition, references by representatives of licensees for existing and proposed licensing schemes, a step-by-step coverage of Copyright Tribunal procedure for references to it, general principles applied by the Copyright Tribunal, costs and appeals.
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