Brackenbury’s client writes for Solicitors Journal on the Serious Fraud Office’s recent case against two former Serco executives, which dramatically collapsed after it emerged the agency had made mistakes when disclosing documents that jeopardised the trial. (more…)
In an article for Police Professional, Brackenbury client examines the balance between human rights, privacy and the use of biometric technology by the police following a recent statement by the UK’s new biometric watchdog that the use of facial recognition technology by police should not be banned. (more…)
As the UK lockdown eases, the government is considering the introduction of time-limited COVID-status certification to help reopen the economy and society. In an article published in Global Baking & Finance Review, Brackenbury client considers the implications. (more…)
In an article published in Infosecurity Magazine, Brackenbury client examines in detail the long-awaited Online safety Bill delivering on the government’s manifesto commitment to make the UK “the safest place in the world to be online”. (more…)
Brackenbury client comments extensively in The Times Business section this morning 1st May in Jonathan Ames’ article on the collapse of the SFO’s prosecution of two directors of Serco for fraud following a Deferred Prosecution Agreement with the company.
As reported in SME Today, Brackenbury client has selected Biophilica as the winner of its recent Mathys & Squire World IP Day event. TBC Mathys & Squire announces plant Biophilica, producer of leather alternative made from urban plant waste, as the winner of the firm’s world IP day SME pitch event. The Mathys & Squire Scaleup […]