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What is the GDPR and why does it matter to businesses?

The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a new data protection regulation which allows greater protection for consumers and gives them more control over how their personal information is collected, stored, shared and used. The key requirements of...

Stephensons advises on major hospitality acquisition deal

Stephensons advised the award winning events management business AOK Events Limited on the purchase of the entire sale capital from one of the UK's leading corporate hospitality and event management companies, Cavendish Hospitality & Events. As part...

Bumper prize for road safety design winners

Stephensons has revisited a number of North West schools to hand out prizes for a road safety design competition. Personal Injury solicitor, Shahina Sakeria returned to Leigh St Thomas Primary School, Woodfield Primary School and Leigh Sacred Heart Primary...

Prestigious accreditation for clinical negligence solicitor

A Stephensons clinical negligence specialist, has received a top endorsement from The Law Society, the representative body for solicitors in England and Wales. Litigation solicitor, Tom Mooney has been awarded the Law Society’s Clinical Negligence...

Drivers who kill to face longer prison sentences

Motorists who cause death by dangerous or careless driving could soon receive life sentences under proposals being considered by the government. Under the existing laws, the maximum custodial sentence for a person convicted of causing death by dangerous...

Stephensons kicks off the festive season with a prize give-away

Stephensons the national law firm is today revealing its advent calendar with a number of special prizes to give away over the next 24 days. The prizes include a luxury hamper, Christmas basket and champagne from Fortnum & Mason, provided by...

Women in Business Award for leading fraud lawyer

Stephensons' Head of Regulatory Law has received a top business award recognising her contribution to the legal profession. Rachel Adamson , based at the firm's Wigan office, was named 'Best Legal Advisor' at the Downtown Lancashire...

Goodison sleep out to raise awareness of homelessness

Stephensons, the national law firm, is delighted to be working with Everton Football Club to raise awareness of homelessness. The Liverpool club will throw open its doors on Friday 25 November, allowing Evertonians to brave the elements and ‘sleep...

Festive cheer for children's charity

Stephensons, the national law firm, has helped bring a some early Christmas cheer to a North West children's charity as part of the firm's commitment to the local community. Amy Tagoe and Sarah Master's from Stephensons' St Helens office...

Police to crack down on mobile phones behind the wheel

Police in England and Wales will be stepping up their efforts to catch drivers who use their mobile phone behind the wheel as part of a week-long crack down. The new measures will include extra patrols using unmarked vans, helmet cams, high-seated vehicles...
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