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Why Risk, Resilience and Reputation?

Risks come in many forms

You need integrated support from a firm that has the sector expertise, the range of commercial experience and world-class teams to quickly respond and tackle your risk matrix from every angle.

CMS offers a true 360° approach, from full-spectrum long-term planning to emergency response. We can help in your dealings with people from regulators to reporters, on issues from data breaches to disputes, in arenas from cyberspace to the c-suite.

Whatever your risks, you need to deal with them in ways that build your resilience and protect your reputation. We will be there around the clock and around the world, whenever and wherever you need us.

CMS is a firm with the scale and expertise to act as a strategic adviser to our clients on the broadest possible spectrum of commercial and legal risk in large and profitable contentious, regulatory and transactional matters.

On this page you will gain access to our Risk & Investigations group information and know-how; a library of Risk, Resilience and Reputation Law-Now articles in the feed below, a suite of commercial risk reports primarily aimed at the Board; other bespoke reports; as well as Risk, Resilience and Reputation events.

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18 April 2017
Dis­putes di­gest
Is­sue 6: April 2017
18/04/2019
Court of Ap­peal cla­ri­fies two key con­trac­tu­al law is­sues
In a case con­cern­ing a con­tract for the sup­ply of egg products, the Court of Ap­peal has cla­ri­fied two key con­trac­tu­al law is­sues: (1) the cor­rect test for in­duce­ment in cases of res­cis­sion for fraud­u­lent mis­rep­res­ent­a­tion, and (2) the lim­its of the ‘trans­ferred.
07/07/2015
Africa - Nav­ig­at­ing risk
The chan­ging face of Africa - How in­vestors are de­ploy­ing...
12/04/2019
Self-em­ployed con­tract­ors in your work­force – are they data pro­cessors?
Most or­gan­isa­tions have moved on from the im­ple­ment­a­tion phase of their GDPR pro­ject to deal with “busi­ness as usu­al” quer­ies. In this edi­tion of our “GDPR bites­ize” series about the im­pact of the Gen­er­al Data Pro­tec­tion Reg­u­la­tion (“GDPR”) and the Data Pro­tec­tion.
21/03/2019
Su­per­charged crim­in­al dis­clos­ure or­ders to ob­tain over­seas data will...
The Crime (Over­seas Pro­duc­tion Or­ders) Act 2019 re­ceived Roy­al As­sent in Feb­ru­ary 2019. Its op­er­at­ive pro­vi­sions are not yet in force, but when they are, it will en­able UK au­thor­it­ies, without hav­ing to go through the cum­ber­some mu­tu­al leg­al as­sist­ance pro­cesses.