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November/December 2019
Volume 8, Issue 6

 

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News Items

  • Brussels to sue UK over failure to nominate new commissioner

  • Judges eligible for whistleblowing protection says Supreme Court

  • Gender pay gap widest for women in their 50s

  • EY implicated in Dubai money laundering cover up

  • Bar regulator warns against Twitter postings

  • UK’s first data protection group claim reaches the Supreme Courtn

 

Articles

  • Opportunities within the unrest - key compliance challenges for global employers - Kim Sartin & John Hall, Baker McKenzie LLP

  • Lights, camera, (class) action! - data protection group claims back in the spotlight - Ali Vaziri, Lewis Silkin LLP

  • Central Securities Depositories Regulation - 10 things you need to know - Sam Robinson, Susann Altkemper & Yasmin Kaur Johal, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP

 

September/October 2019
Volume 8, Issue 5

 

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News Items

  • Gatwick airport to launch facial recognition system for ID checks

  • Third of major banks failing to disclose exposure to climate risk

  • Steel company fined £1.8m following fatal explosion

  • Cookie consent clarified

  • Twitter apologises for mis-use of personal data

  • No love lost in FTC action against dating company

 

Articles

  • Modern slavery - where are we now? - Jonathan Tuck & Laura Bentham, Baker & McKenzie LLP

  • SMCR and regulatory references: what can solo regulated firms learn from the banking sector? - Hannah Netherton & Gillian MacLellan, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP

  • 2019 key dates for environmental compliance and reform on the horizon - Jane Southworth & Rachael Tattersall, Eversheds Sutherland LLP

  • Advertising compliance: ASA's won again... for now - Giles Crown, Lewis Silkin LLP
 

July/August 2019
Volume 8, Issue 4

 

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News Items

  • Facebook to pay $5bn fine to settle Cambridge Analytica claim

  • GDPR concerns in M & A highlighted by £99m fine against Marriott Hotels

  • US DOJ targets big tech firms in antitrust review

  • Germany fines Facebook for under-reporting complaints

  • Wells Fargo fined €5.9m in Ireland for ‘serious’ regulatory failings

  • Deutsche Bank investigates whether fired staff accessed confidential data

 

Articles

  • Fatal workplace incidents: Preparing for the first 48 hours - Catherine Henney, Eversheds Sutherland LLP

  • Compliance e-learning ticks the box, right? - Katie Vickery & Chris Wrigley, Osborne Clarke LLP

  • FCA and PRA highlight firms' accountability for the failures of their outsourcing providers - Alison McHaffie & Alan Nelson, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP

 

May/June 2019
Volume 8, Issue 3

 

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News Items

  • Whistleblowers to get ‘high-level’ protection under new EU law

  • UK modern slavery review says much stronger enforcement action is needed

  • Blanket of privilege criticised by SFO chief

  • Single-use plastics directive receives final approval

  • Irish data regulator to probe Google ad exchange

  • Second year of UK gender pay gap reporting

 

Articles

  • Leveraging a crisis: are you looking beyond tech and using the full compliance toolkit? - Katie Vickery & Chris Wrigley, Osborne Clarke LLP

  • Legal professional privilege  update: protections and pitfalls - Elizabeth Hyde & Natascha Gaut, Eversheds Sutherland LLP

  • Copyright in the EU digital market - John Enser, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP

 

March/April 2019
Volume 8, Issue 2

 

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News Items

  • Regulator fines Carphone Warehouse £29m for mis-selling

  • MPs’ economic crime report finds UK hugely vulnerable to money laundering

  • Pimlico Plumbers worker loses holiday pay claim

  • Whistleblowing complaints to UK regulator soar

  • UK competition regulator to examine digital advertising

  • Claims firm gets record fine for sending millions of misleading letters

 

Articles

  • Protecting the family silver? UK regulation of the disposal of critical technology - Paul Henty & Giulia Brunello, Charles Russell Speechlys LLP

  • Money Laundering Part 2: How money laundering is impacting compliance teams on the ground - Michael Harris, LexisNexis Risk Solutions

  • Corporate Political Transparency: Bringing political engagement out of the shadows - Rocio Paniagua & Bonnie Groves, Transparency International UK

 
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