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Ingediend: 03 January 2018
2018 will see a new director at the Serious Fraud Office (SFO), but what do recent announcements suggest about other potential changes at the UK's enforcement agencies?
The coming into force of the General Data Protection Regulation in 2018 will bring a duty to report data breaches for companies, with widespread implications.
The Government is expected to respond to the results of its Call for Evidence on Corporate Criminal Liability. Will new legislation follow?
There will be further use of new enforcement powers in France, while audits of corporate compliance programmes may add detail to requirements.
In July 2018 the Court of Appeal will hear the appeal in SFO v ENRC, a case with major implications for privilege.
Ingediend: 28 December 2017
This blog post reviews the TCC case: Stoke-on-Trent College v Pelican Rouge Coffee Solutions Group Limited
Ingediend: 20 December 2017
This blog post highlights a recent TCC decision on the notification of a final amount due to a Sub-Contractor which also looked at the wider context of Construction Act compliant contractual provisions.
An overview of the local content and participation implications of the Minerals Commission’s recent exercise of its statutory power to expand the list of mine support services occasioning registration with them.
Ingediend: 19 December 2017
Following the Weinstein scandal, employers should be ready for similar complaints, among the most complicated of which are anonymous complaints. This article provides practical tips for when these issues arise.
Ingediend: 15 December 2017
The government has set out six prioities for action to tackle corruption in the UK and abroad over the next five years.
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