Martin has been working with organisations in the public sector over the last 20 years.
His expertise in police law is exceptional and he is respected for tackling the most challenging of cases that attract national press coverage.
Martin has handled a number of issues for organisations who have been challenged in relation to the publication of information, the accuracy of information they hold, the sharing of information with third parties, and the loss of information including retrieving unlawfully removed information. He has represented defendants in a number of reported defamation cases.
Martin regularly speaks at seminars and events on all aspects of information law.
He led the tender that resulted in the reappointment of Weightmans national police team to the police national legal framework again in 2016 and retained the firm's number one ranking.
Employers could be vicariously liable for misusing employee’s data even if they had done all they reasonably could to prevent it.
Claimant sought judicial review of Surrey Police’s Domestic Violence Protection Notice issue and magistrates' Domestic Violence Protection Order…
The government has produced new guidance on the practical application of changes to provisions in the Mental Health Act on police powers and places of…
The Court of Appeal allowed the claimant’s appeal and reinstated his claim under Article 5 of the Human Rights Act 1998.
Article 3 of the ECHR imposed a positive duty on police forces to investigate allegations of inhuman or degrading treatment by third parties.