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January/February 2019
Volume 8, Issue 1


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News Items

  • Google to challenge €50m fine for French privacy breaches

  • Directors of Viagogo risk jail over failure to properly protect customers

  • Deutsche Bank in money-laundering dawn raid

  • Berlin data protection regulator to probe Mobike

  • Commission seeks to clamp down on ‘golden passport’ schemes

  • Regulator warns that Ireland will not drop standards for financial firms fleeing Brexit



  • Money Laundering Part 1: the current state of play - Michael Harris, LexisNexis Risk Solutions

  • Data subjects and the “right to be forgotten” under the GDPR - Gemma Chubb, Felicity Fisher & Anna Gassot, Fieldfisher LLP

  • Crypto-assets under review: ESMA and EBA publish their reports on regulation of cryptoassets - Sam Robinson & Susann Altkemper, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP


November/December 2018
Volume 7, Issue 6


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News Items

  • Court rules on individual liability for whistleblowing dismissals

  • Employer vicariously liable for rogue employee in cyber claims class action

  • Stronger UK Pensions Regulator means increased risks for directors

  • Five key markets affected by Citizens Advice super-complaint

  • Tesco fined £16.4 million for bank cyber failings

  • Anonymity order over mystery 'unexplained wealth' target lifted



  • The NIS Regulations: the need-to-know points for UK providers of essential infrastructure and digital services - Fiona Maclean & Olga Phillips, Latham & Watkins LLP

  • Unexplained Wealth Orders - the new anti money laundering weapon - Michael Harris, LexisNexis Risk Solutions

  • House of Commons Treasury Select Committee report on crypto-assets - Sam Robinson, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP

  • FAQs: Data Subject Access Requests - Gemma Chubb, Fieldfisher LLP

September/October 2018
Volume 7, Issue 5


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News Items

  • ING to pay record €775m in money laundering penalties

  • Amazon investigates allegations into staff bribery by third party sellers

  • Sanofi to pay $25m to settle corruption charges

  • EU probes luxury car manufacturers over possible cartel behaviour

  • Europe plans new money-laundering measure

  • Centrica to pay out £2.7m for overcharging customers



  • Employee competition: mitigating the risks - Toni Lorenzo, Lewis Silkin LLP

  • Cyber crime: court-assisted breach containment - Ali Vaziri, Lewis Silkin LLP

  • Effective whistle-blowing: twelve steps to a high-performance hotline - Keith Read, Corporate Governance Expert


July/August 2018
Volume 7, Issue 4


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News Items

  • Google hit with record €4.3bn fine for abuse of dominant position

  • Danske Bank pledges to forfeit gains from money laundering scandal

  • Irish DPC concludes investigation into Yahoo data breach

  • EU warns Airbnb on pricing transparency

  • Commission fines Altice Group €125.5M for breach of merger rules

  • Pimlico Plumbers - Supreme Court confirms plumber was a ‘worker’



  • Sentencing guidelines: courts getting tougher on health and safety - Mary Lawrence & Philip Newton, Osborne Clarke LLP

  • FinTech rewards and risks: Evolution or revolution? - Sam Robinson & Yasmin Kaur Yohal, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP

  • Making ethics interesting: how to combat compliance training fatigue - Keith Read, Corporate Governance Expert


May/June 2018
Volume 7, Issue 3


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News Items

  • Hermes prepares to fight latest gig economy claim

  • 21st Century Fox's London office raided in market abuse inquiry

  • BBC conducts modern slavery investigation

  • Irish ‘accidental Americans’ may get US tax bills

  • Barclays’ CEO fined over £660,000 in whistleblower decision

  • Home Office use of immigration regulations raises concerns



  • Fourth money-laundering directive: a risk-based approach - Jonathan Grimes, Kingsley Napley LLP

  • Whistle-stop tour: key employment law compliance for 2018 - John Evason & Anne-Marie Davies, Baker McKenzie LLP

  • Corporate governance update: focus on fairness - Tom Gosling, Marcus Peaker & Roz Crawford, PwC LLP


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