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An interesting case of a company who was the victim of a cyber-attack who held personal details of a client who successfully claimed even though his details were not actually accessed unlawfully.
Mr Whitton’s former employers were printing off Mr Whitton’s P45. As the printer was set to double-sided printing, Mr Whitton’s P45 was printed onto the back page of the other employee’s P45.
A mother submitted an Application to the Defendant for childcare funding for her two children in nursery but a member of Cardiff Family Advice & Support copied in an unrelated third party.
The client was attending her last shift with her employer who placed a form on a cleaning cart in a corridor outside the toilet areas containing her full name and national insurance number.
On 13 February 2020, a number of former employees for Hallmark Cards PLC received a letter from their former employer to inform them that their data had been breached as a document containing their personal details.
This claim involved an employee of the involved bank taking an unsecured work laptop home with them which contained personal and financial information relating to a customer on an unprotected spreadsheet.
A woman’s successful weight loss imagery was used outside the parameters of what she agreed and ended up all over the world for a considerable amount of time.
A client was advised by Hewitts Solicitors that a witness statement about him that was provided by his ex-wife had been sent to an unknown third party instead of to him.
A conveyancing firm had been repeatedly sending correspondence to the wrong email address containing personal information pertaining to a man and his ex-partner.
Irvings Law has successfully represented a man from Walsall against the Great Wyrley Parish Council following their Breach of the Data Protection Act 2018/General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Mr Matthew McConville at Irvings Law has successfully represented a British Accountant in an action for compensation against the Metropolitan Police Force following their inaccurate recording of her nationality and occupation.
After a data breach at Center Parc’s Woburn Forest resort, Irvings Law Data Breach department represented a number of the leisure company’s employees.
A man previously employed by a care home provider requested that his personnel file was returned to him. This was because his ex-employee no longer needed to hold his personal information which included sensitive medical information.
Local Authorities have a legal obligation to keep sensitive and personal records confidential, except from the professional people who need to see them.
We all have a responsibility to keep our phones safe and password protected but what if data was lost and the culprit turned out to be the mobile phone company itself?
In a recent case, Irvings Law successfully represented a woman whose data and information had been unlawfully infringed by an employee of Santander and disclosed to a mutual friend.