A key element of the Digital Economy Act 2017 comes into force on 27 June 2017 with the aim of ensuring the ICO can better enforce sanctions against organisations that make unsolicited marketing communications.
Aggrieved rights holders' thoughts turn to sharply worded cease and desist notices aimed at stopping infringement or paving the way to court action. Rights holders need to take care before making threats.
With the imminent triggering of Article 50, business owners could be forgiven for thinking that the brakes would have been put on any decisions by potential buyers resulting in a slow-down of business sale transactions. However, that is not necessarily the case.
The Government has addressed issues surrounding the continued failure to deliver an adequate supply of new housing. While there is a realistic prospect of boosting supply there is also a failure to address some of the fundamental problems.