Beware of Copyright Law When Using Images in Lockdown

22/09/20 General

The unique business situation created by the Coronavirus pandemic has led to many more firms trying to stay in touch with customers by remote means, using social media and outbound communications as channels to spread their messages.  After finding the right words, the need for pictures for illustration can often create an issue, leaving many […]

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Recognise the risk that cyber-crime can pose to your business

08/09/20 General

The UK lockdown has seen the legal profession come under increasing attack from cyber criminals who already had the sector on its list of top targets. Both the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) and the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) have issued warnings and urged law firms to be more vigilant than ever. The SRA issued […]

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Insurance for New Online and Delivery Businesses

01/09/20 General

Delivery drivers have proved everyday heroes during the UK’s coronavirus pandemic and social distancing and the demands of the stay-at-home public have led to a sharp increase in the UK’s courier population, along with a rise in deliveries by electric cargo bike.  New services like London’s ‘Pedal Me’, have had to diversify, after social distancing […]

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The Insurance Implications of Using Robots as a Hospitality Solution

25/08/20 General

How to maintain social distancing within hospitality venues is a major dilemma for many hospitality providers used to engaging with customers as an integral part of service delivery. Serving food by conveyor belts is one option, whilst others are considering introducing robots to wait on customers. [1] Whilst predictions are that there will be strong […]

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