Recording telephone calls and face-to-face meetings

This practice note explains when a business can record telephone calls with third parties, such as customers or employees, and also the implications of recording face-to-face meetings.

Doris Myles, Baker & McKenzie and Ian Walden, Queen Mary, University of London and Baker & McKenzie


 

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