Lewis Crofts reports on Facebook and the ever increasing number of government and state investigators that surround it.
Lewis Crofts argues that binding corporate rules is a sensible precaution for corporations seeking to mitigate the risks associated with data flows beyond Europe’s borders.
Allison Wooddisse considers what is on the horizon in relation to data protection for 2018, and what should be top of your to-do list right now on your journey to GDPR readiness.
Shantha David explains how UNISON created a modern slavery statement, and offers some top tips for producing your own.
Pearl Moses looks at the main changes the SRA is proposing in the revised SRA handbook, and how they may provide opportunities for in-house lawyers.
Peter Swabey talks about why corporate governance is now high on the government’s agenda, and the expectations placed on it to restore public faith in business.
Joanne Bone, partner at Irwin Mitchell, asks whether a data protection officer is necessary.
Olivier Roth, domestic human rights & constitutional law policy advisor at the Law Society, talks about the role in-house solicitors can play in combatting modern slavery.
Timothy Hill provides an overview of the potential implications of the Investigatory Powers Bill on legal professional privilege.
Timothy Hill explains why in-house lawyers need to consider cybersecurity and how they can take action.
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