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Cyber security: key questions for the board agenda
Andrew Moir, Herbert Smith Freehills
Cyber security issues need to be placed on the board agenda sooner rather than later, and before a cyber breach occurs, not as a result of one.
Modern slavery, bribery and corruption: corporate compliance with legal frameworks
Morag Read, Practical Law
Last week Thomson Reuters hosted a seminar entitled Modern Slavery, Bribery and Corruption: Corporate Compliance with Legal Frameworks which coincided with the publication of two reports on the connection between modern Slavery and corruption from Verité and Liberty Asia.
Supreme Court reinvigorates the proper purposes rule
Peter Head, barrister, Blackstone Chambers
The Supreme Court has provided helpful clarification on the scope of section 171 of the Companies Act 2006 (CA 2006) in Eclairs Group Ltd and Glengary Overseas Ltd v JKX Oil & Gas plc  UKSC 71.
Dealing with whistleblowing claims: tips for in-house lawyers
Marianne Tutin, barrister, Devereux
Responding to the perception that whistleblowing legislation was being exploited as a means of avoiding the compensatory cap for unfair dismissal claims, the government has introduced a requirement that a disclosure is not protected unless it is reasonably believed to be made in the public interest.
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