The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Revised Swiss Data Protection Act (revised FADP) embrace a risk-based approach to data protection. Organisations that control the processing of personal data (controllers) are encouraged to implement protective measures corresponding to the level of risk of their data processing activities.
Gone are the days when clients and PRs were not trusted with draft judgments. Nowadays Litigation Support communications professionals are an integral part of the core legal team. Seeing draft judgments in absolute confidence ahead of their finalisation and hand-down allows PRs to spot words which might be immaterial to the overall judgment, but which …
The way the internet works is an issue on everyone’s mind. The growth and power of massive social media platforms, fake news, online scams, how we as consumers receive and understand information and who controls this is mainstream news. These platforms have made it easy to get messages to a wide and international consumer base. …
Leading GCs push law firms to improve diversity efforts A group of 65 general counsel spanning major companies from the UK and Europe has collectively signed a letter urging law firms to improve their diversity efforts.
A brand is one of the most important and valuable assets of any business. It attracts customers to that business or product line, acts as an indicator of trustworthiness or quality, and ultimately is a key touch point for creating customer experiences and loyalty. Any damage to that brand, through copycat products or association with …
Due to ethical discussions, the tax environment has much changed within the last few years. Being tax compliant and managing tax risks to preserve the corporate reputation and protect the management became increasingly important. This article provides a short overview of the Austrian tax litigation procedure and instruments for reputation management.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) recently launched a consultation on its proposed guidance on cryptoassets (CP19/3). The move comes as part of the UK Cryptoasset Taskforce’s wider look into the regulation of the cryptoasset market.
The banking giant’s UK law chief on retaining perspective, understanding your advisers and the value of mentors
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