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Inviato: 03 December 2015
The French Senate has rejected a bill requiring international companies to implement compliance programmes for being too far reaching and too vague.
Inviato: 01 December 2015
The UK's first Deferred Prosecution Agreement has been approved at the High Court - what have we learnt about the process?
Inviato: 30 September 2015
Plans to expand the “failure to prevent” model of corporate criminal liability, introduced by the Bribery Act, to other economic offences have apparently been dropped.
Inviato: 17 September 2015
Sascha Kuhn provides an overview of the major bribery and corruption scandals experienced by Germany over the last few years.
Inviato: 18 August 2015
Upcoming legislative changes threatening practices in the German life sciences sector. Government decision of 29 July 2015.
Ultima consultazione: 03 July 2015 / Inviato: 05 June 2015
Upcoming legislative changes threatening practices in the German life sciences sector.
Ultima consultazione: 03 July 2015 / Inviato: 08 June 2015
Italy has introduced new legislation to combat corruption and false accounting. This article assesses the likely impact of these new laws.
Ultima consultazione: 03 July 2015 / Inviato: 15 April 2015
2015 may see an extension of the corporate offence under the Bribery Act to make companies liable for “failing to prevent” any economic crime.
Inviato: 03 July 2015
Non-binding but important guidance for companies has been published on how to create an effective anti-corruption compliance regime in France.
Spain adopts a new law that will increase the importance of corporate compliance programs, which may provide a defence to criminal liability for companies for any offence.
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