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Myth 10: Vendor has and should accept unlimited liability for data security breaches
  • Baker McKenzie
  • United Kingdom
  • July 1 2016

Fact is that service providers may not always be able to limit their liability vis-à-vis the data subjects in scenarios where they contract with


Auditors protected from negligence claims over fraudulent corporate activities
  • Baker McKenzie
  • United Kingdom
  • August 26 2009

A company which has carried out fraudulent activities will not be permitted to bring claims in negligence against its auditors for losses arising from such illegality when the fraud occurred with the actual or deemed knowledge of all those involved in the management or ownership of the company.


Lauren Salt
  • Baker McKenzie


Kathryn Adams
  • Baker McKenzie

David Zaslowsky
  • Baker McKenzie

Liz Williams
  • Baker McKenzie

Lothar Determann
  • Baker McKenzie

Grant Hanessian
  • Baker McKenzie

Leigh Duthie
  • Baker McKenzie