Standard of proof orthodoxy prevails in monetary penalty notice appeals

28/06/2023 | 11KBW Panopticon Blog

11KBW Panopticon blog has reported on a case (Doorstep Dispensaree Ltd v Information Commissioner [2023] UKUT 132 (AAC)) in which the Upper Tribunal was asked to rule whether the First Tier Tribunal had handled an appeal of a monetary penalty notice issued by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) correctly. 

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