Risk & Compliance monthly highlights - September 2020

Risk & Compliance monthly highlights - September 2020

In this issue:

Brexit

GDPR & data protection

AML & counter-terrorist financing

Sanctions & export controls

Crime prevention

Health & safety

 


 

Brexit

Navigating the Brexit transition

For our report Continental Shift: Navigating the Brexit transition, we have gathered insights and commentary from a range of experts on key developments following the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, focusing on some of the frequently asked questions on the transitional arrangements and key transition workstreams, including implementation of the UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement, negotiation of the future UK-EU relationship, and domestic policy, legislation and preparation for the legal landscape beyond Brexit. As part of LexisNexis’ ongoing Brexit coverage, this report provides a helpful update on the key legal and practical issues, highlighting useful information and materials to help lawyers navigate the Brexit transition and prepare for legal changes on the horizon. See: Continental Shift: Navigating the Brexit transition.

Legal profession

The Law Society has published a new guidance page to help lawyers prepare for the end of the transition period. The guidance page, ‘Preparing for the end of the transition period’, highlights key steps to be taken by solicitors ahead of the end of the transition period on 31 December 2020 ‘whether an agreement is reached on the UK-EU future relationship or not’. It also includes links to a range of government and regulator resources that should be of assistance to solicitors and firms. See: LNB News 21/08/2020 67.

The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy is calling for evidence regarding the UK’s approach to the recognition of professional qualifications and the regulation of professions. Views are sought from those who interact with any aspects of a regulated profession. The deadline for submissions is at 11.45 pm on 23 October 2020. See: LNB News 26/08/2020 33.

 


 

GDPR & data protection

International transfers of data

Victoria Hordern, partner and head of data privacy at Bates Wells, considers the

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Allison is a former partner of Shoosmiths, with extensive experience of legal management and practice compliance.