Posts on Governance, risk and compliance

Why the compliance community has a diversity issue

  • by Gerald Chifamba
  • Compliance Services and Account Executive at EQS Group

The new Three Lines Model: a step forward for risk and compliance

Practical Law training survey results: market practice v ‘best’ practice

GDPR eighteen months on: making data privacy governance a positive

How technology is changing whistleblowing: what in-house lawyers need to know

IBE launches innovative app to support employees who speak up in the workplace

The Bribery Act 2010: House of Lords recommends more guidance and greater clarity

Human Rights and M&A: It’s no longer about the ‘why’; it’s now about the ‘how’

What the heck is “Failure to Prevent Criminal Facilitation of Tax Evasion” and why should l care?

The DCMS Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2019: some key takeaways

How to eat the ‘Third Party Elephant’: the first step in effective third party risk management

What’s on the agenda for in-house lawyers in March 2019?

Using privacy by design to build GDPR resilience in existing business systems

A mouse’s tale of a whistleblower

Key learnings from Carillion’s collapse

5 reasons you haven’t switched hotline provider…. and why maybe you should

What worries me about whistleblowing …

The “Slave-Free” USP: some takeaways from the Trust Conference 2018

IBE Ethics at Work Survey 2018: a tool for the savvy ethics or compliance officer

Maturing the GDPR model: key takeaways from the Data, Privacy and Cyber-Resilience Forum

What’s on the agenda for in-house lawyers in November 2018?

Towards robot governance? A short tour of current conversations on artificial intelligence

Internal investigations, technology and litigation: key takeaways for in-house lawyers

Introducing Practical Law’s new in-house GDPR toolkit

100 days to go: focusing in on the core principles of the GDPR

Out of the darkness: new GDPR content on Practical Law

Four months to go: new GDPR content on Practical Law

Competition law risk: what the CMA has available to help businesses

Six months to go: new GDPR content to highlight

GDPR is changing the game: the results of Practical Law’s in-house compliance survey

OECD publishes Anti-Bribery Convention enforcement data for 2016

The in-house lawyer’s role in successful crisis management

  • by Nick Watson
  • Senior Legal Counsel and Regional Counsel, Europe & Africa


Global anti-bribery and corruption resource from Transparency International UK

Your modern slavery statement: making it a lifestyle choice

Six key questions when building a GDPR compliance programme

  • by Catie Sheret
  • Senior Vice President, Chief Privacy Officer and Associate General Counsel for Core Markets

Key messages from Practical Law’s GC Leadership Summit 2017

Whistleblowing: is your business ready for Loi Sapin II?

GDPR: one year to go and counting – what you need to do now

Key points from the ICO Data Protection Practitioners’ Conference

Rolls–Royce: what can in-house lawyers learn from the DPA?

  • by David Bacon
  • Senior Editor (Business Crime & Investigations)

GDPR: first lines of attack on the new data processor compliance obligations

  • by Frank Madden
  • Legal Adviser – Privacy & Data Protection

December vlog: corporate transparency developments on the horizon

Beyond Section 54: insights into Modern Slavery Act compliance best practice and more from the Trust Women Conference 2016

GDPR compliance: key takeaways from Practical Law’s fifth annual Future of Data Protection Forum

The times they are a-changin’

Second chance: listen to our webinar on coping with complexity in law-making

How are companies preparing for MAR? Insights from the FTSE 100

The purposeful company: Big Innovation Centre call for evidence

Modern slavery, bribery and corruption: corporate compliance with legal frameworks

Four lessons for companies from the UK SFO’s first DPA and first enforcement of the corporate offence of failure to prevent bribery

Focus on Environmental Law compliance: substances of very high concern (SVHC)