Schillings relaunches as privacy and cyber-security firm

Beioley, Kate
September 2013
Lawyer (Online Edition);9/5/2013, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports that the law firm Schillings will relaunch itself as a legal and investigations business which will focus on information technology (IT) security and risk management. Keith Schilling, senior partner at the company, states that corporate reputation is tied to IT security. Christopher Mills, chief operating officer at Schillings, highlights that Schillings has two alternative business structures (ABSs) which will look into the these two areas.


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