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The Legal Risk Management Handbook set for publication by KoganPage

Legal risk covers all areas of business where regulation and the law impact on operations and decisions. From risks arising from contract drafting and management through to regulators’ new focus on conduct, as well as compliance, regulatory and dispute risks, the effective management of legal risk is key for organisations that want to maximise value while minimising cost and exposure to legal losses. The Legal Risk Management Handbook, to be published by KoganPage on 3 December, is a practical guide to making sure your business is legal, protected and making the most of its opportunities.

Written by experts in law and risk management, this highly practical guide sets out a clear definition for legal risk and a framework for its management. Covering the full spectrum of legal risks that international businesses can face, it translates legal concepts into clear mitigatory actions.

Whether you’re an in-house lawyer needing a clear approach to managing risk in your areas of influence, or a member of the risk management function needing a jargon-free guide to your company’s legal responsibilities, you will find authoritative insight and guidance in this publication.

Containing Case Studies from international businesses and real-life insights from those at the coalface of legal risk management, The Legal Risk Management Handbook is essential reading for everyone who needs a better understanding of this important business topic.

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Simon Nasta, general counsel for FBN UK, has provided advance praise for the book, calling it a ‘must read’ for in-house lawyers and new general counsels. “I particularly like the simple and practical guides to implement what are quite advanced legal risk management techniques,” explained Nasta.

Professor Stuart Weinstein of the Faculty of Business and Law at Coventry University commented: “The Legal Risk Management Handbook contains a wealth of information useful for any company involved in international business to consider when managing legal risk. What sets this book apart is that it translates complex legal principles into practical operating tools that business managers and the lawyers who work with them can use on a day-to-day basis. An indispensable compendium for the legal and compliance team, the executive suite and the Boardroom who must work hard to ensure that legal risk management is at the top of the agenda in every organisation.”

Matthew Kellett, EY UK law leader (FSO) stated: “This book challenges all organisations to review their legal risk management strategies and provides practical suggestions on how to flex their approach to enhance legislative and regulatory compliance. All those in leadership or front line advisory roles will relate to the issues raised and can benefit from the proposed solutions to manage their forward exposures to legal loss.”

The book’s authors are Matthew Whalley and Chris Guzelian. Whalley has a unique blend of practical experience and strategic insight into legal risk management and law department operations. He created the UK’s first and only Legal Risk Consultancy in 2012, and has helped FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 clients alike take their first steps towards developing a structured approach to legal risk. Whalley was shortlisted for the Laurie Young Memorial Global Thought Leadership Award in 2014 for his detailed papers on legal risk management.

Chris Guzelian is an associate professor at the Thomas Jefferson Law School in San Diego, California where he teaches business, criminal and American constitutional law courses. Previously, he was a state prosecutor, a civilian officer with the US Department of Defence and a lawyer with the Us bankruptcy courts. Guzelian advises a number of corporate, non-profit and Government authorities on risk-related matters.

  • EAN: 9780749477974
  • Edition: 1
  • Published: 3 December 2016
  • Format: Paperback
  • 232 pages

*To order your copy visit: https://www.koganpage.com/product/the-legal-risk-management-handbook-9780749477974

 

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Croma Security Solutions expands its ‘total security’ concept into the Middle East

Croma Security Solutions Group plc is opening a branch office in Abu Dhabi to better service both new and existing clients in the Middle East. The company’s offering in the region includes security and fire control, CCTV, access control, security guarding and its biometric identification technology designated FastVein.

The Group is sponsored by Platinum Elite LLC. It has a commercial licence to begin trading in the region and is registering as a security supplier with Government ministries and major corporations. An experienced security representative will operate in the region for Croma Security Solutions plc, based out of Abu Dhabi.

“We’ve been active in the region offering security consultancy, and the time is now right to formalise trading and better serve new and existing clients in the Middle East,” commented Sebastian Morley, chairman of Croma Security Solutions plc.

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“The Middle East is rich in opportunity. We’ve recently completed a significant security installation in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia for an international corporation, and we’ve also received considerable interest from other Middle East-based companies wishing to enhance their security,” added Morley. “We will be operating our ‘total security’ service in the Middle East and, in particular, we envisage FastVein having strong resonance in the region such that it becomes a standard biometric solution.”

FastVein uses the latest finger vein identification technology to offer “ultra-high reliability and rapid recognition” for security access control.

Croma Security Solutions Group plc is an AIM-quoted total security services provider based in Hampshire. the business installs state-of-the-art security systems for Government, FTSE 100 companies, small enterprises and private clients located both in the UK and internationally.

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