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August/September 2012
Volume 1, Issue 5

 

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News Items

  • US anti-corruption measures target foreign companies
  • Reward of $104m for former UBS banker who blew the whistle on fraud
  • New Money Laundering Regulations
  • ABI sets up rogues register
  • On-the-spot fines for the legal profession?
  • EMI gets regulators’ ok to go Universal

 

Articles

  • Social media and compliance Part 1: Managing the risk - Ashley Hurst and Jack Gilbert, Olswang LLP
  • Corporate manslaughter: Could your business be found guilty? - John Gollaglee, DLA Piper
  • Freedom of information from a commercial perspective Part 2: Confidential information - Helen Rose and Scott Allardyce, Bristows
  • Regulatory compliance for solicitors Part 1: the key regulatory themes - Jonathon Bray, Compliance Specialist

 

July/August 2012
Volume 1, Issue 4

 

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News Items

  • New greenhouse gas reporting regime sweeps UK
  • European governments reach agreement on US tax compliance laws
  • Six guilty in UK insider dealing ring
  • Ex-Anglo Irish executives charged in fraud investigation
  • Pfizer bribery ‘entwined’ in their sales culture
  • FSA warns of bogus regulators

 

Articles

  • Anticorruption due diligence on existing third parties: dealing with resistance - Vivian Robinson QC and Rose Parlane, McGuireWoods London LLP
  • New rules on packaged retail - Peter Green, Partner at Morrison & Foerster
  • Freedom of information from a commercial perspective - Part 1 - Helen Rose, Bristows
  • Tackling data protection in the cloud - Colin Rooney, Arthur Cox

 

May/June 2012
Volume 1, Issue 3

 

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News Items

  • Stricter rules on information offered to private investors
  • Barclays slammed with a record £290m
  • FSA secures redress for SMEs hit by mis-selling
  • Met licensing crackdown
  • Swiss probe former Gunvor employee
  • FSA consults on changes to platforms market

 

Articles

  • Deferred Prosecution Agreements in the UK - Vivian Robinson QC and Rose Parlane, McGuireWoods London LLP
  • International data transfers under the proposed Data Protection Regulation - Nick Parker, Allen & Overy LLP
  • Data security — factors leading to compromise and ways to promote best practices - Richard Hollis, Risk Factory

 

March/April 2012
Volume 1, Issue 2

 

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News Items

  • UK to get 'Deferred Prosecution Agreements'
  • Organisations still failing to comply with cookie rules
  • Government establishes health and safety 'myth squad'
  • Groupon given deadline to improve
  • Ofgem omposes largest ever fine on EDF Energy
  • Credit broker Yes Loans stripped of licence

 

Articles

  • The UK Bribery Act - one year on - Anil Rajani, IBB Solicitors
  • How to go about assessing the business practices of investee companies - a guide - Barry Vitou & Stacy Keen, Pinsent Masons LLP
  • Selling - not mis-selling - Keith Read, LRN
  • Whistleblowing regimes Part 2 - the policy - Caroline Stroud, Freshfields, Bruckhaus Deringer LLP

 

January/February 2012
Volume 1, Issue 1

 

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News Items

  • Oil companies seek watering down of anti-corruption rules
  • UK health and safety regulation to be cut by half
  • S&N pays $22m in settlement over bribery case
  • Virgin job applicants pay for own checks
  • Global governance solution required
  • Proposed financial reform law raises data protection concerns

 

Articles

  • Whistleblowing regimes - Part 1: benefits of having one and key components - Caroline Stroud & Lara Zellick, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
  • Avoiding Civil Recovery Order: a guide for institional investors - Part 1 - Barry Vitou, Pinsent Masons LLP
  • Creating a compliance culture using a compliance covenent - Keith Read, LRN
  • Anti-bribery law - reconciling the Act with data protection - Bridget Treacy, Hunton & Williams

 
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