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May/June 2021
Volume 10, Issue 3


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News Items

  • Commissioners respond to modern slavery super-complaint

  • DPC gives Facebook six weeks to respond to data transfer investigation

  • Transformation of IP registration services

  • FCA publishes consultation on new consumer duty

  • Recommendations on ethnicity pay gap reporting
  • TUPE liability split between multiple transferees



  • Everything you need to know about directors’ and officers’ liability insurance but were afraid to ask - Francis Kean, Partners Ltd

  • Brexit and the rules on legal privilege: what has changed and how it might affect you - Clare Reeve Curatola, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP

  • Employment investigations Part 3: Cross border investigations - Jack Skinner & Catrin Bush, Baker McKenzie LLP


March/April 2021
Volume 10, Issue 2


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News Items

  • Credit Suisse removes Chief Risk and Compliance Officer over losses

  • IKEA on trial in France for unlawful staff surveillance system

  • New Waste Prevention Programme targets fast fashion

  • Focus on gender pay gap

  • Increase in cybercrime driven by pandemic says Irish legal services regulator
  • Instagram compliance under ASA spotlight



  • Employment investigations Part 2: Privacy and data protection considerations - Julia Wilson & Sam Rayner, Baker McKenzie LLP

  • UK Supreme Court delivers verdict in Uber case - Adam Lambert & Peter Summerfield, Bryan Cave-Leighton Paisner LLP

  • New developments in UK modern slavery regime - Anna Bond & Sophie Jamieson, Lewis Silkin LLP


January/February 2021
Volume 10, Issue 1


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News Items

  • Supreme Court rules that Uber drivers are workers

  • UK competition regulator warns Big Tech of coming investigations

  • ECHR hands down landmark judgment on child trafficking

  • Irish DPC clarifies right to access CCTV footage

  • HSE releases new official health and safety app
  • EU Commission deems UK data protection laws ‘adequate’



  • Employment investigations Part 1: Criminal issues - Jack Skinner & Eleanor Wallis, Baker & McKenzie LLP

  • What does the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement mean for financial services? - Paul Edmondson & Ash Saluja, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP

  • Navigating the UK’s new immigration system:
    Post-Brexit considerations for businesses and workers - Rose Carey, Kelvin Tanner & Kate Gamester, Charles Russell Speechlys LLP


November/December 2020
Volume 9, Issue 6


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News Items

  • Mandatory climate risk reports for UK companies within 5 years

  • WhatsApp Ireland prepares for possible data compliance fines of €77.5m

  • Human Rights Act review on the cards

  • Regulators preparing to review Trustpilot

  • Pandemic leads to uptick in regulatory probes
  • Consumer regulator launches investigation into eco-friendly claims



  • 10 top tips: employment and privacy law dangers in carrying out employee investigations - Jack Skinner & Sam Rayner, Baker & McKenzie LLP

  • Preparing for public procurement post-Brexit - Caroline Hobson, Graeme Young & Russell Hoare, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP

  • The EU Whistleblower Protection Directive: Part 2: In Practice - Keith Read


September/October 2020
Volume 9, Issue 5


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News Items

  • Westpac to pay record fine to settle money laundering case

  • Deloitte to pay record £21m in relation to misconduct on Autonomy audit

  • New CMA guidance on consumer contracts affected by COVID-19

  • BBC pay scandal sparks rises for more than 700 female staff

  • KBC Ireland fined €18.3m for ‘unconscionable’ role in tracker scandal
  • FCA to ban loyalty penalties in insurance industry



  • The EU Whistleblower Protection Directive: Part 1 - scope and reporting - Keith Read

  • FCA guidance following judgment in the business interruption insurance test case - Simon Kilgour, Tristan Hall & Sarah Brook, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP

  • Vicarious liability of employers: Supreme Court provides welcome news - Katie Patrick & Megan Clarkson Bowly, Baker & McKenzie LLP


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