We round up advice and guidance for in-house lawyers on regulation and compliance
In-house lawyers seeking to comply with outcomes-focused regulation are dealing with a regime that is dynamic and constantly evolving.
- ABA approves model rule on foreign lawyers working in-house
- ABSs and in-house lawyers
- Gazette: ‘Limited trust’ undermines SRA whistleblower plan
- In-house lawyers cannot represent their employers before the European Court, ECJ rules
- Legal education and training changes: Law Society response
- Must I have a relationship with the SRA?
- New book: Regulation and In-house Lawyers
- Only lawyers’ advice is protected by legal privilege - Supreme Court ruling
- Prudential: does legal professional privilege extend to non-lawyers?
- Risk and Compliance Service: deal for in-house members
- The Law Society’s procurement protocol
- When do in-house lawyers need PII?
- Whistle-blowing legislation lacks protection and must include proper guidance