Feature | Training and development

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The In-House Lawyer delves inside Startup@BerkeleyLaw, a pioneering initiative that trains law students, entrepreneurs and investors on the realities of the start-up community

Feature | Commercial Litigation Summit

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Self-reporting, plea bargaining and expanding liabilities – the pressure builds for corporates as watchdogs sharpen their claws

Feature | Litigation

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Big money patent battles between tech companies have been grabbing the headlines. The In-House Lawyer meets the IP litigation specialists on the front line

Legal Briefing | White-Collar Crime |

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Internal investigations can be challenging – they are fast paced, highly sensitive, completely confidential and necessitate strategic choices at every turn. They require a steady hand at the helm, guided by the most accurate and precise information available at the time. Internal investigations combine a number of skills such as crisis management, damage control and … Continue reading “The structure of an internal investigation”

Feature | The Risk Survey - The In-house Lawyer and DAC Beachcroft

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clarity about 
who is doing 
what. Ambiguity 
is the common 
enemy."
Hans Allnutt, DAC Beachcroft

DAC Beachcroft’s Hans Allnutt investigates the impact of the General Data Protection Regulation

Legal Briefing | White-Collar Crime |

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With investigations such as the Paradise Papers and LuxLeaks placing tax arrangements squarely under the spotlight, it seems clear that businesses as well as wealthy individuals need to consider tax planning from a reputational as well as a legal perspective. In the eyes of the public, there is scant difference between tax evasion and aggressive … Continue reading “Criminal Finances Act: another change to the corporate legal landscape”

Feature | Addleshaw Goddard Advertorial

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Addleshaw Goddard outlines how it has incorporated flexible resourcing models into how it does business, and how it works for their consultants