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ACC Legal Operations Privacy Capability Maturity Model

By Contoural Inc.

This Privacy Capability Maturity Model provides a detailed maturity model for all aspects of an organization’s privacy program, including its use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) using personal information.

It seeks to gauge program capability across a variety of program elements, taking a “big picture” view on an organization’s readiness to comply with these requirements.


International Comparative Legal Guide to Aviation Law 2024

By Global Legal Group

This guide provides corporate counsel and international practitioners with comprehensive jurisdiction-by-jurisdiction guidance to aviation laws and regulations around the world.

Issued covered in this guide include aircraft trading, finance and leasing, litigation, and dispute resolution.


Global Legal Insights: International Arbitration 2024

By Global Legal Group

This multi-jurisdictional guide provides insight into the realities of international arbitration, highlighting market trends and legal developments as well as policy and strategic issues.

Topics covered include arbitration agreements, interim relief, arbitration awards, investment arbitration and decisions in 24 jurisdictions.


The Essential Toolkit for New General Counsel

By Association of Corporate Counsel

How to make a strong positive impact when starting a new job as general counsel? Find practical tips and strategies shared by experienced in-house counsel and condensed by ACC in this toolkit. Nine checklists that distill insight from general counsel, from acing your first 90 days to developing your leadership and business skills and retaining talent on your team.


The SEC’s Final Climate Disclosure Rules: Requirements, Practicalities, and Next Steps

By Paul A. Davies, Sarah E. Fortt, and Betty M. Huber (Latham & Watkins LLP)

On March 6, 2024, the US Securities and Exchange Commission approved final rules requiring companies to disclose certain climate-related information in registration statements and annual reports.

This resource explains the requirements set forth in the final rules and sets forth practicalities and next steps for compliance.


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