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March/April 2016
Volume 5, Issue 2

 

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News Items

  • EU and US agree new pact for data transfer across the Atlantic
  • Qualcomm agrees to settle bribery charges for $7.5m
  • EC confirms one year delay for entire MiFID II package
  • New regulations for UK gender pay gap reporting
  • In-house legal counsel subject to the Senior Managers Regime?
  • New legal remedies for zero hours contract workers
  • First conviction for Bribery Act corporate offence

 

Articles

  • Invalidity of EU-US Safe Harbor: Practical Implications Part 1 - Sana Khan, Attorney at Arista Networks Inc
  • New guidelines on sentencing for health and safety and food safety: Will they make a difference? - Ailish Oxenforth, DLA Piper UK LLP
  • Financial services sector update: new rules on regulatory references and whistleblowing - Sarah Ozanne, CMS Cameron McKenna LLP
  • Book review - Business Social Responsibility: CSR for SMEs - reviewed by Brendan O’Brien, Vice President, Legal, Barclays Bank
 

January/February 2016
Volume 5, Issue 1

 

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News Items

  • Thames Water fined £1m for polluting Grand Union Canal
  • Insider trading prosecution starts putting FCA reputation in spotlight
  • Consultation on British bill of rights set for 2016
  • SRA backs call for independent legal regulators
  • Who will head FCA?
  • China’s forex regulator reassures global markets
  • Revised UK water merger regime takes effect

 

Articles

  • Time for a holiday? Overtime, commission and the holiday pay problem - Stephen Ratcliffe & Robert Marsh, Baker & McKenzie LLP
  • Practitioner’s insight into the new EU Data Regulation - Sana Khan, Attorney at Arista Networks Inc.
  • The Brussels Regulation (recast) - Sarah Grenfell & Kushal Gandhi, CMS Cameron McKenna LLP
 

November/December 2015
Volume 4, Issue 6

 

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News Items

  • New guidelines on sentencing for health & safety offences
  • FCA sets out new whistleblowing requirements for regulated firms
  • UK boards not facing up to Brexit risks
  • Takeover Panel censures Freshfields and HFW
  • New chief legal ombudsman appointed
  • US safety report causes crisis at airbag company

 

Articles

  • UK Consumer Rights Act 2015: Reforms to the private enforcement of competition law - Howard Cartlidge & Lucy Davies Olswang LLP
  • The Vital Verifications: risks inherent in verifying online compliance training - Keith Read, LRN
  • Software review: Technology company: Comprobo Technology: Presence Assure View Assure RoboProctor - Keith Read, LRN
  • The UK Consumer Rights Act 2015: Unfair contract terms considered - Eimear O’Brien, Hogan Lovells LLP
 

September/October 2015
Volume 4, Issue 5

 

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News Items

  • Regulator investigation highlights possible abuse in energy markets
  • New acting head of Financial Conduct Authority steps into position
  • British bill of rights in the offing
  • SRA considers alternative to client account
  • Single Resolution Mechanism implemented in Germany
  • New cartel director at UK competition regulator
  • UK power stations closed ahead of EU regulations on air quality

 

Articles

  • Fourth Money Laundering Directive: increased risk management requirements - Dr. Joachim Kaetzler & Tanja Kordys, CMS Hasche Sigle
  • Many parties, many risks Part 2: Managing your third parties - Keith Read, LRN
  • “Guilty until proven innocent”: Senior bankers should look to the UK Bribery Act to avoid liability - Rhys Novak, Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
 

July/Aug 2015
Volume 4, Issue 4

 

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News Items

  • Facebook wins latest privacy case but the battle continues
  • Uber under threat of ban in France and at home for breach of regulations
  • Electrolux $3.3bn bid for GE appliances blocked by US Department of Justice
  • German regulator launches Deutsche LIBOR probe
  • Drop in dawn raids as FCA focuses elsewhere
  • Shortage of Compliance Officers in Asia
  • FCA chief resigns

 

Articles

  • Corporate involvement in political activities: risks and rules - Peter van Veen, Transparency International UK
  • Many parties, many risks Part 1: Who are your third parties? - Keith Read, LRN
  • Big business and modern slavery: what your organisation should be doing - Paul Henty & Simon Holdsworth, Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
 
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