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Are you prepared? The board’s role in crisis management

Global - October 10 2019 With the ever-increasing growth in the number and potential magnitude of cyber, technological and operational risks to financial services entities...

Andrew Procter, Katherine Gregor, Kate Macmillan, Andrew Moir, Julian Lincoln, Mark Robinson.

DC Circuit Court Requires Subpoenaed Chinese Banks to Produce Documents in Money Laundering Case

USA - August 20 2019 On July 30, 2019, the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit unanimously upheld a district court order requiring three unnamed Chinese banks to...

John O'Donnell, Alex Hokenson, Jonathan Cross.

Cyber Quarterly - March 2019

USA, Australia, Russia, Singapore, United Kingdom, China, European Union, Japan - March 28 2019 As we edge ever closer to the UK’s impending departure from the EU, in December 2018, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport issued...

Andrew Moir, Julian Lincoln, Mark Robinson, Miriam Everett, Christopher Hunt, Nick Pantlin, Rebekah Gay.

Cyber Security Quarterly Round-Up, March 2019

Global - March 28 2019 If the first quarter of 2019 is anything to go by, cyber security risk is still a high-ranking board agenda item with no sign of abating and the...

Andrew Moir, Julian Lincoln, Mark Robinson.

US Department of Transportation Issues Updated Guidance on Automated Vehicles

USA - October 10 2018 The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has issued a new federal guidance for automated vehicles intended to support the safe and cost-effective...

Philip Pfeffer, James Allsop.