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November/December 2013
Volume 2, Issue 6

 

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News Items

  • Barroso backs Cameron’s challenge to limit EU red tape
  • JP Morgan agrees to pay $5.1bn to US housing regulator
  • New management for Danone in wake of China corruption claims
  • Financial Conduct Authority investigates foreign exchange irregularities
  • Breach of French employment regulations costs Ryanair €9m
  • Ministry of Justice fined £140,000 for prison data breach
  • Corporate whistle-blowers to be paid for information?

 

Articles

  • Preparing for the worst Part 2: accessing the data you need, when you need it - Andrea Ward, McGuireWood London LLP
  • Health and safety: Accident investigation and reporting in the UK - Ailish Oxenforth, DLA Piper UK LLP
  • Key 'whistleblowing' obligation in Irish Law - Peter Osborne, McCann FitzGerald
  • General Anti-Abuse Rule: What is legitimate tax planning for international businesses in today’s political climate? - Fiona Hotson Moore, Reeves Accountants LLP
 

September/October 2013
Volume 2, Issue 5

 

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News Items

  • Irish DPC advises on Facebook's astonishing about-face
  • Nasdaq's outage highlights technical 'glitches' as a major market risk
  • Lloyds sells off assets to meet regulatory demands
  • Walmart shelves plans for Indian expansion
  • Legal services regulation fails to protect consumers
  • Hedge funds deadline sees 16 member states adrift
  • Vodaphone agrees huge settlement with HMRC

 

Articles

  • Preparing for the worst: Simple steps for managing a compliance crisis - Vivian Robinson QC & Rose Parlane, McGuireWoods London LLP
  • Data security: Protecting your information assets - Ashley Hurst & Louise Lambert, Olswang LLP
  • Compliance investigations: Avoiding the employment law trip wires - Joanna Ludlam, Daniel Ellis & Yvonne Deeprose, Baker & McKenzie
  • Data security breach: Part 2 - How to respond in a crisis and reduce risk - Ashley Hurst and Louise Lambert, Olswang LLP
 

July/August 2013
Volume 2, Issue 4

 

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News Items

  • Chinese regulators mobilise against multi-national companies
  • EDPS finds major faults with new antimoney-laundering proposals
  • 10m euro fine for UBS France
  • MPs caught out by cookie law
  • John Prescott leaves Privy Council in protest
  • Corruption worsening reports Transparency International

 

Articles

  • Consumer credit in the UK: Preparing for FCA supervision - Bill McCaffrey, CMS Cameron McKenna
  • Data security: Protecting your information assets - Ashley Hurst & Louise Lambert, Olswang LLP
  • Pension reforms: Changes to the UK state pension regime - Chris Judge, Reeves Accountants & Business Advisers
  • The Defamation Act 2013: The impact on the legal risks of using social media - Laura Scaife, Hill Dickinson LLP
 

May/June 2013
Volume 2, Issue 3

 

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News Items

  • Bloomberg snooping ‘reprehensible’ says Bank of England
  • Financial Conduct Authority off to a sprint start with £3m fine for JPMorgan
  • FCA fines JPMorgan £3m
  • Torture claims test case
  • Senate confirms Mary Jo White as new head of SEC
  • OFT targets payday lenders
  • Banks escape immediate competition inquiry

 

Articles

  • Six months on and any further forward? Living in a post-Leveson world - Ashley Hurst & Jack Gilbert, Olswang LLP
  • Compliance Statements in Irish Law - Peter Osborne, McCann FitzGerald
  • Mixed Messages and the Burden of Regulation for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the UK Financial Services Sector - James O’Brien FCA of Reeves Accountants & Business Advisers
  • Remuneration Code: proposals to increase number of staff caught by the remuneration rules - Nicholas Stretch & Isabel Pooley, CMS Cameron McKenna
 

March/April 2013
Volume 2, Issue 2

 

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News Items

  • Competition Commission attacks ‘Big Four’ accountancy firms
  • FSA to assess cyber security plans of 30 major financial firms
  • Single regulator possible for legal profession
  • SSE to pay £10.5m, the largest ever Ofgem fine
  • European Parliament supports the 'right to be forgotten'
  • TUPE rights can be interpreted 'dynamically'
  • SRA begins enforcement action

 

Articles

  • The impact of bribery and corruption issues throughout the life cycle of a mergers & acquisition transaction - Emily Carlisle, Joanna Ludlam, Gordon Low and Mark Simpson, Baker & McKenzie
  • Using social media for selling: compliance with consumer protection and trading standards - Laura Scaife, Hill Dickinson LLP
  • Ireland to consolidate anticorruption law - Karyn Harty, McCann FitzGerald
 
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