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15 February 2017

Iain Miller takes part in The Law Society Gazette roundtable on Cybersecurity

Kingsley Napley partner Iain Miller recently took part in a roundtable hosted by Law Society Gazette on the subject of law firms and cybercrime. The discussion covered the special considerations for law firms who find themselves victim to cybercrime, in terms of complying with regulatory and professional obligations, as well as client confidentiality and client care. Law firms are increasingly a target for cybercriminals because they routinely handle sensitive client data – and client funds. 

Iain talked in particular about law firms' obligations under the SRA Code of Conduct and the wisdom of  firms being able to show the regulator that they had robust systems and procedures in place in order to mitigate any punishment or enforcement action that may follow. 

You can access the Law Society Gazette article which describes the full roundtable discussion here.

Iain Miller

16 February 2017

Charlotte Bradley and Claire Wood write for International Comparative Legal Guide to: Family Law 2017

Charlotte Bradley, head of the family team at Kingsley Napley, is the  contributing editor of the recently published International Comparative Legal Guide to: Family Law 2017. She and Claire Wood wrote chapters for the guide.

Charlotte Bradley

9 February 2017

Kingsley Napley wins gold for 'Female Leadership in Professional Services'

We are delighted to have been voted Gold winner in the category 'Company of the Year: Female Leadership (Professional Services)' at last night's Citywealth Powerwomen Awards 2017 (8 February 2017).

Jane Keir

2 February 2017

Contentious Trusts and Probate Monthly Round-Up: January 2017

Patricia Marigold Bullard v (1) William Harry Bullard (2) Virginia Winifred Faire (2017)

The High Court considered a Part 8 claim for an order determining the true construction of a trust settled by the claimant on 3 September 2002 (“the Bullard Family Trust”), or alternatively rectification of the trust deed. The claimant was the settlor and one of the trustees of the trust. The defendants were two of the settlor’s children, also the other two trustees of the trust and two of the beneficiaries.

Katherine Pymont

1 February 2017

Kingsley Napley hires new employment partner

Kingsley Napley LLP is delighted to announce that Juliet Carp has joined its Employment team as a partner on 23 January 2017. She joins from the London office of US firm Dorsey & Whitney.  Juliet is particularly well known as an expert on international employment law and global mobility. 

Juliet Carp

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