Anna Drozd discusses the provisions on the lawfulness of processing of personal data in the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Anna Drozd and Harriet Hutchinson give you a snapshot of what the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is all about.
Anna Drozd and Harriet Hutchinson discuss how the definition of personal data has changed in the GDPR and the impact it may have for your organisation
The chief executive of the Solicitors Regulation Authority has admitted that alternative business structures (ABSs) ‘haven’t worked’ as expected, while urging solicitors to take advantage of recent rule changes, enabling them to team up with accountants in ‘one-stop shop’ advisory firms.
Tracey Calvert, director of Oakalls consultancy Limited offers, some pointers and initial thoughts to bear in mind regarding the upcoming consultation from the SRA.
At our recent Risk and Compliance Section annual conference, Kathryn Stone OBE, chief ombudsman at the Legal Ombudsman, led a session on client care from an ombudsman’s perspective.
The changes to continuing professional development will be mandatory from 1 November 2016. Nicola Jones and Jane Green-Armytage look at how firms are responding and the pros and cons of adapting the old regime versus embracing a competency-based approach.
Scott Devine, the Law Society’s anti-money laundering (AML) policy adviser, introduces practical guidance to help lawyers avoid being drawn into assisting criminal activity.
Here is a selection of questions and answers on some popular compliance areas compiled by the Practice Advice Service.
We had the pleasure of hosting our Risk and Compliance annual conference on 15 April at Victoria Park Plaza in London. Thanks to those who attended the conference, we hope you found it insightful and that it reinforced your knowledge on achieving best practice in compliance. To those who missed the conference, we look forward to seeing you at the next event. Until then, here is an overview of what happened on the day.