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Legal Risk Management, Governance and Compliance :

Interdisciplinary Case Studies from Leading Experts 
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Legal Risk Management, Governance and Compliance Case Studies
Consulting editors: Stuart Weinstein and Charles Wild
Publication date: October 2016
Format: Hardback
Length: 196 pages
Price: £125.00
ISBN: 9781909416512

This new volume charts the biggest successes – and failures – of legal risk management, governance and compliance at global brands over the past two decades; the cases that have led to our understanding, and myriad national and international regulations, today.

Succeeding bestseller Legal Risk Management, Governance and Compliance: A Guide to Best Practice, this case-study companion provides the next level of critical analysis and legal commentary. Leading experts analyse real-life cases and make recommendations based on lessons learned, offering solutions that will be of use to all those directly involved in, or concerned with, the management of legal risk in the commercial, government or non-profit sector. Key cases under the microscope include the FIFA scandal, coverage of MetLife's fight against being designated 'too big to fail' by the US and lessons learned from the General Motors case. Checklists and diagrams are included to consolidate core issues and provide a readily accessible view of corporate group structures and associated timelines.

Legal Risk Management, Governance and Compliance: Interdisciplinary Case Studies from Leading Experts will support practitioners and executives in their professional development while directly demonstrating, case by case, the difference that an effective risk management strategy makes towards organisational goals.

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The salutatory lessons in every chapter amply illustrate what -- and what not to do -- in planning and implementing an effective risk management strategy

Phillip Taylor MBE
Richmond Green Chambers

Of particular interest is it's up to date approach which brings street smart analysis and advice - explicit and implicit - to those faced with huge consequences, financially and reputationally, to those who are not 'risk ready'.

Professor Peter Giblin
Cass Business School