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The General Data Protection Regulation will make it mandatory for certain organisations to designate a data protection officer. But does yours actually need one? Joanne Bone, partner at Irwin Mitchell, offers a guide to what you need to know.
Intro: Mena Ruparel, co-author of How to be an ethical solicitor , considers the SRA’s new warning notice and how your ethics as a solicitor should inform your communications.
Consent of an individual to collect and process their data remains one of the cornerstones of data protection law and policy. Anna Drozd, EU professional practice policy advisor, looks at the changes to consent as part of the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Insight from this year’s Risk and Compliance Conference which took place in March.
The Law Society held a symposium, ‘Owning up to Mistakes’ and during one of its workshop sessions Pearl Moses led a lively discussion on honesty, integrity and how to deal with mistakes when they inevitably happen. She offers her top tips here.
Looking for a change of job? We asked some risk professionals how they forged successful careers in risk and compliance.
Funke Abimbola General Counsel & Head of Financial Compliance at Roche gives us some insights into her career journey in risk.
Ransomware continues to dominate the cybersecurity landscape, and with the well-publicised attack on DLA Piper last year, it’s clear that law firms are not immune to the threat. Here are some top tips to keep your firm safe.
We ask some compliance experts what regulatory challenges can be expected for risk professionals in the coming year.
Nigel West reports on an important Supreme Court decision that has changed the test for dishonesty in disciplinary proceedings.