Year-in-Review Discussion with Your Practical Law Editors
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A Year-in-Review Discussion with Your Practical Law Editors hosted by Thomson Reuters.

While nothing can compare to 2020, this past year has had no shortage of changes, complications and challenges. The continuing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are still being felt and likely will be for the foreseeable future. Both you and your clients continue to experience rapid change and disruption, which can make it more difficult and more critical to stay up-to-date on changes in the law and be prepared for the future.

The Editors at Practical Law monitored and captured all the changes to help you navigate them more confidently. Join us on Tuesday, 14 December 2021 at 1pm GMT to hear from four of our Editors as they review:

  • The most significant changes they saw this year in data privacy, compliance, environmental, social and governance and reporting, and employment law,
  • Key Practical Law resources that address these changes, and
  • What they see on the horizon for 2022.

Shelley Malhotra
Shelley Malhotra has over 20 years’ experience working as a data privacy consultant specialising in UK and EU data privacy laws. Her roles and responsibilities have been wide-ranging, including the development of data protection compliance programs, establishing data protection infrastructures, conducting gap analyses, audits, training and awareness programs. Customers have included Accenture, Global and Tik Tok. She holds the IAPP CIPP/E qualification.  

Chloe Shanley
Chloe Shanley qualified at Maxwell Winward LLP, specialising in real estate dispute resolution. Following a move to Nabarro LLP (now CMS) she joined Practical Law at the end of 2010, working on the property team before becoming Director of legal workflow content development. Chloe now leads a multi-national team working on Practical Law solutions for compliance professionals.  
Helen D’Ardenne
Helen D’Ardenne qualified at Simmons & Simmons, specialising in financial services regulation. During her time there, she advised on a wide range of regulatory reforms and regularly advised firms on compliance with UK regulation, cross-border issues and establishing and operating financial services businesses. She joined Practical Law in 2010 and is Deputy Director of Financial Services, where she continues to focus on regulatory reforms, including sustainable finance.
Elanne Pimstone
Elanne Pimstone trained at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and qualified into the corporate department in 1995. In 1997 she joined Harbottle & Lewis, where she was a Senior Associate specialising in employment law, and dealt with predominantly non-contentious and advisory work for employers and senior executives as well as employment transactional work. Elanne joined Practical Law in August 2004 and is Director of Employment.

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