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Books from Infolegal

In addition to the extensive compliance guidance materials contained on our subscriber hub we also produce a range of publications for those who would like to read more about their risk management responsibilities.

There are currently four titles – all published in 2019 –  which explain not just the requirements of the areas they cover but also their background to maximise your understanding of your responsibilities.

Those titles are:

Decoding the Codes of Conduct – The Infolegal Guide to Understanding the SRA’s Standards and Regulations 2019

£55.00 + £5.00 postage & packing*.

With a start date of 25 November 2019 now announced, solicitors need to plan how they will adjust to the new regulatory regime. Much reduced in length from the 2011 Handbook, the revised Standards and Regulations include two Codes of Conduct in place of the previous one, and is far less detailed throughout.

The expert guidance contained in this publication explains the background to the revised requirements and how that which has gone before has shaped what is now required.

A4 Hardback – 100 pages – ISBN 978-0-9933833-4-2

SRA Standards and Regulations
Data protection and GDPR

Data Protection in Legal Practice – The Infolegal Guide to the GDPR and the Data Protection Act 2018

£55.00 + £5.00 postage & packing*.

Over a year on from the implementation of the GDPR and the Data Protection Act 2018, how are law firms coping with the new regime? Our updated guidance explains what is now required by data protection law and analyses the implications for law firms.

Contentious issues covered include responding to data subject access requests, the contents of privacy notices, file archiving and when reports to the Information Commissioner’s Office will need to be made.

A4 Hardback – 194 pages – ISBN 978-0-9933833-5-9

Managing Cyber and Data Risks – The Infolegal Guide to Preventing Law Firm Cybersecurity or Data Breaches

£55.00 + £5.00 postage & packing*.

With the growth in cybercrime and an increase in reports of thefts by fraudsters, the importance of data and cyber security cannot be overstated, and all firms must take seriously their duties to protect the interests of clients, staff and third parties.

This Infolegal Guide explains the threats law firms face and offers practical guidance on the steps that need to be taken to manage them, including the policies, procedures and controls required to manage data security risks.

A4 Hardback – 200 pages – ISBN 978-0-9933833-6-6

cybersecurity and law firms
Money Laundering Compliance for Solicitors

Money Laundering Compliance for Solicitors (Second Edition) by Matthew Moore and Diane Price

£75.00 + £5.00 postage & packing*.

This second edition provides an in-depth analysis of the offences that lawyers might commit in relation to the instructions they handle and the regulatory obligations of the Money Laundering Regulations 2017.

The book covers the statutory offences in the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 and the Terrorism Act 2000, compliance with the Money Laundering Regulations 2017 and the implications of related financial crimes, including property fraud. Sample AML precedents including a risk assessment and a template policy are included.

A5 Softcover – 284 pages – ISBN 978-0-9933833-3-5

* postage and packing is per order – order more than one publication and save postage costs.