18/10/2021

  • Ethical business decision making is increasingly at the heart of success for businesses and organisations across all markets. General Counsel are required to not only be aware of the obligations of their organisation, but to also act in a responsible way. When commercial and operational factors and ethical issues are conflicting, we look at the role of the General Counsel and how you can influence the right outcome.

    We are running a series of online workshops providing practical advice for senior in-house lawyers, offering guidance to the many considerations which you will face.

    Data protection/cyber breaches and IT security

    A review of the risks associated with data breaches and the steps that can be taken to minimise and mitigate risks.

    18th October 2021

     

    Sustainable business and supply chain

    We will look at how to ensure you are making positive changes, and the increasing procurement focus on not only to proving your own sustainability credentials, but the credentials of your supply chain.

    23rd October 2021

     

    Equalities, diversity and inclusion and wellbeing – duty of care to employees

    A look at legal obligations and commitments to staff vs the right thing to do for individuals to create a supportive, inclusive environment.

    9th December 2021

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