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  • Addleshaw Goddard are currently seeking experienced commercial solicitors to join AG Integrate for at least six months
  • AG Integrate is a flexible approach to legal resourcing and an alternative model to traditional employment
  • You will have the opportunity to work on diverse projects and access to ongoing training and development
  • You might be a lawyer with an in-house or private practice background, determined to provide the very best legal advice
  • By joining AG Integrate, you will be able to take control of your work and secure an assignment that fits around you

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Anti-money laundering rules for private banking and wealth management in United Kingdom

An overview of anti-money laundering and other financial crime prevention provisions in United Kingdom with particular relevance to private banking and wealth management.

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Private banking confidentiality provisions in United Kingdom

A brief overview of the confidentiality provisions applicable to private banking in United Kingdom, including primary obligations, scope and liability for breach.

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Private banking and wealth management contracts in United Kingdom

A brief overview of legal and practical considerations surrounding private banking and wealth management contracts in United Kingdom, including mandatory provisions and liability standards.

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Private banking and wealth management in United Kingdom

A structured guide to the legal and practical considerations for private banking and wealth management in United Kingdom, including licensing requirements, reporting obligations and disputes.

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SM&CR Implementation: Third Mover Advantage - Top Tips from implementation projects

On 9 December 2019, the Senior Managers & Certification Regime (the SM&CR or the Regime) will be extended to the investment management industry and

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Data & Privacy News - 12 September 2019

Included in this issue: Google fined $170m for collecting children's personal data on YouTube without consent; Landmark case deems police use of

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Net Zero needs the nuclear option

The net zero target (reducing UK carbon emissions to zero by 2050 as enshrined in the amended Climate Change Act 2008) is ambitious but, according to

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Trustee Quarterly Update - September 2019

In the case of Langford v Secretary of State for Defence, the Court of Appeal has held a rule of the Armed Forces compensation scheme to be in breach

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Data & Privacy News - 29 August 2019

Included in this edition of Data & Privacy News: New changes to court process for privacy claims in England; ICO updates guidance on timescales for

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ICO updates guidance on timescales for responding to data subject requests

The ICO have updated their guidance on timescales for responding to data subject access requests and individual rights requests, following a ruling by

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Transport Update- 29 August 2019

Welcome to our monthly Transport Update, bringing you links to the major developments relevant to the transport industry. Air Quality Developing low

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New changes to court process for privacy claims in England

The Ministry of Justice has announced changes to the Civil Procedure Rules which will affect privacy and data protection claims. CPR 35 and the

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Data & Privacy News - 15 August 2019

Included in this edition of Data & Privacy News: Mock Data Breach and GDPR Investigation Event; Facebook fined £4 billion by Federal Trade Commission

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Future Energy Scenarios 2019

On 11 July 2019 National Grid published their annual Future Energy Scenarios (known as FES). This article gives a general overview and we will follow

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The Road to Net Zero

Here, AG's head of EVs, Paul Dight, looks at recent developments in the sector and the proposed new legislation designed to bring the UK closer to

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Attorney-client communications in United Kingdom - England & Wales (England & Wales)

An overview of practical considerations for protecting attorney-client communications in United Kingdom - England & Wales (England & Wales), including the scope of protection available, exclusions and best practices.

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Employment, Incentives and Immigration Group - Up to Date - August 2019

The Government has confirmed that it will legislate to ensure that there are clear limitations to confidentiality clauses which are easily

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Dominant purpose test applies to legal advice privilege: communications including in-house lawyers

Re-examining a significant issue, the High Court has decided that claims for legal advice privilege are, in principle, subject to a dominant purpose

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Online civil procedure - revolution or evolution?

Lord Briggs' Civil Courts Structure Review in 2016 saw greater use of technology and online legal proceedings as an opportunity for beneficial reform

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Parent company liability for acts of subsidiaries - where has the dust settled?

It has been a few months since the Supreme Court handed down its much-anticipated judgment in Lungowe v Vedanta on the potential scope of parent

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