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Landmark Judgment: Outlook Contacts and Mailboxes Protected, but care needed with LinkedIn Accounts.

| August 26, 2014

In a landmark judgment the Royal Court has found that contact information stored in Microsoft Outlook Contacts can be protected by the law of confidentiality even where the individual contact details are available on the internet or on social media sites. Furthermore, a collection of email folders can constitute a database protected by copyright. However, […]

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LIQUID APPOINTS NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

| August 26, 2014

LIQUID has appointed a new non-executive director with more than 30 years’ industry experience. The communications consultancy, which has offices in Birmingham, Jersey and Guernsey, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. The appointment of Adrian Wheeler to the role of non-executive director is part of the company’s plan for further expansion. ‘Liquid has managed […]

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Radisson Blu Waterfront team help out Jersey Trees for Life with tree sickleing

| August 26, 2014

On Monday 4th August, a team of nine staff from the Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel joined the Jersey Trees for Life charity team in St Clements to begin their physically demanding task of sickleing. This activity formed part of the Hotel’s continuing partnership with Jersey Trees for Life as part of their 2 year pledge […]

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States Members Remuneration Review Body News Release

| August 26, 2014

The States Members Remuneration Review Body has today released its recommendations on the level of remuneration that should be paid to all elected members of the States for the lifetime of the next States Assembly, namely the period from November 2014 to May 2018. The Review Body has recommended – No change in States members’ […]

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JeCC calls on construction industry to respond to Health and Safety consultation

| August 26, 2014

The Jersey Construction Council has welcomed the announcement by the Health and Safety at Work Inspectorate of a consultation that aims to create a new Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) for Managing Health and Safety in Construction and is calling on members to respond. Nigel Blandin, Chairman of the JeCC Health and Safety sub committee, […]

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A chance for girls and young developers to join Jersey’s only teenage coding club

| August 26, 2014

Jersey Coders is re-starting in September after the summer break. The Club, which is staffed by volunteers and sponsored by JT and Digital Jersey, is the only club in Jersey supporting teenagers with their computer coding and IT skills. After the summer holidays it is restarting on September 10th with an increased membership of around […]

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JTC Group opens an office in New York

| August 26, 2014

JTC Group has opened a second representative office in the USA, adding New York City to its well-established presence in Miami. The New York office will operate as part of JTC Group Americas, headed up by ManagingDirector of the North American region Emilio Miguel, and will serve as a hub for JTC’s growing network of […]

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Health and Safety Inspectorate Annual Report for 2013

| August 26, 2014

The Health and Safety Inspectorate Annual report for 2013 has now been published. The report summarises the work carried out by the Inspectorate in 2013 and provides information, sourced from claims made for Social Security benefit during 2013, on work related accidents and ill health. Colin Myers of the Health and Safety at Work Inspectorate […]

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Local trust company to take on the ice bucket challenge

| August 26, 2014

The team at local trust company, Hawksford, will this week be nominating colleagues to take on the famous ice bucket challenge for the Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association Jersey branch. The soaking, which will take place on Hawksford’s terrace on Friday 29th August, has been organised to raise money for the charity as a valued […]

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New discrimination law protects locals against discrimination on the ground of their Jersey origin, employers told

| August 26, 2014

When Jersey’s new Race Discrimination Law comes into force on 1 September, discrimination on the grounds of race will become unlawful. Employers heard at a Collas Crill seminar this week that the legislation has a very wide ambit in that it covers paid employment but also training, voluntary work, education, provision of goods or services, […]

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