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Posted 3 months ago

Getting to Know You When you have had an accident you are faced with a bewildering choice of who to use to help you with your claim. You might be pushed in the way of a claims handler who works...

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Marketing List Cleansing – Beat The ePrivacy Regulations

Posted 4 months ago

Marketing List Cleansing – Beat The ePrivacy Regulations Does your marketng list need cleansing ? With all the talk about the data compliance changes brought in GDPR  many people have missed out on the fact The Privacy and Electronic Communication...

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Professional Lien and GDPR Subject Access Requests

Posted 4 months ago

Professional Lien and GDPR Subject Access Request It’s a not uncommon situation for lawyers and accountants and other professionals. Your client hasn’t paid you, you hold a lien,  but then you receive an email request for their file. A traditional...

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GDPR FINE?

Posted 5 months ago

Why Worry About GDPR? It’s All Fine! The dust has Settled on GDPR and maybe some people are wondering what all the fuss was about. The world has not caved in (yet!) and we have not seen an explosion of...

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Fixed Price GDPR Data Compliance

Posted 7 months ago

Data compliance Are you worrying that you have put off your GDPR  data compliance too long ? Unsure what to do ? Contact Stonehewer Moss today and get your GDPR kick-start off to a flying start withe our fixed priced...

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GDPR QUIZ – TRUE OR FALSE ?

Posted 8 months ago

How much do you know about GDPR ? Take our GDPR quiz and separate fact from fiction. GDPR QUIZ True or False? Offices that deal with members of the public a high – risk for data protection issues. TRUE –...

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GDPR Made Easy

Posted 8 months ago

GDPR Made Easy So you have heard about GDPR and had a look around the web and perhaps landed on this page. If so you have probably found that the information out there is limited to the basics and you...

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Can the court order the other parent to pay me if she cares for the child

Posted 8 months ago

Can the court order the other parent to pay me if she cares for the child is an interesting question with an unexpected answer upon strict technical terms according to Cheshire family solicitors Stonehewer Moss. You might live an hour...

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