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Cyber-Attacks And Business Secrets - Protection Under Criminal Law
Business secrets are essential assets of companies, and are often the reason for a company having a competitive lead in a market.
Austria
26 Jul 2019
2
Liking, Sharing And Posting: Legal Responsibility And Social Media
Social Media is omnipresent these days and individuals as well as companies increasingly use these instruments as communication and marketing tools.
Austria
24 May 2019
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Independence Of Austrian Criminal Courts With Regard To The Examination Of Their Competence (And Jurisdiction)
The Austrian Supreme Court clarified in one of its latest decisions from 12 December 2018 that the criminal courts are not bound to the public prosecutor's legal subsumption of the facts and circumstances in its bill of indictment ...
Austria
5 Apr 2019
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Dispute Resolution Insider - Thirteenth Edition
Welcome to the Spring Edition of the DRInsider, the quarterly Newsletter of the Wolf Theiss Disputes team, in which we provide an overview of recent developments in CEE/SEE.
Worldwide
5 Apr 2019
5
The (Tentative) Return Of Innocence In Administrative Criminal Law
On 1 January 2019, the administrative criminal law underwent major changes.
Austria
26 Mar 2019
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Die (halbe) Rückkehr der Unschuld im Verwaltungsstrafrecht
Mit 1.1.2019 sind wesentliche Änderungen im Verwaltungsstrafrecht in Kraft getreten.
Austria
26 Mar 2019
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Breach Of Fiduciary Duty: Can A Principal Effectively Consent To Actions Of His Or Her Representative And Thus Exclude Criminal Liability?
The topic is therefore not yet entirely clear and will need further clarification in the future.
Austria
17 Jan 2019
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Bettina Knoetzl Discusses Data Protection vs Freedom Of Information In The Fight Against Corruption
In a democracy governed by the rule of law, decision-making processes and actions should be visible and understandable.
Austria
23 Oct 2018
9
Non-Compliance in the Healthcare Sector - Iceberg Ahead!
If anyone needed a wakeup call as to how critical a functioning compliance system and culture is, look no further than the recent reports in the Austrian media about allegations of fraud launched against a surgeon working at one of Vienna's most renowned public-sector hospitals.
Austria
9 Oct 2018
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Austrian Supreme Court Overturns Exclusion Of Suspects From Meetings Between Prosecutor And Expert Witness
In a recently published decision, the Austrian Supreme Court ("OGH") clarified and strengthened the rights of suspects in criminal proceedings.
Austria
5 Sep 2018
11
Criminal Law - Preservation Order For Outsourced Data – May The Public Prosecutor Order The Preservation Of Outsourced Data In The Course Of A House Search?
Due to the complexity of white collar crime nowadays, the public prosecutor requires a lot of information in order to understand and prosecute the case.
Austria
2 Aug 2018
12
The Private Party's Joinder In Criminal Proceedings And Its Effects On Limitation Periods Under Civil Law
A private party's joinder in Austrian criminal proceedings can affect the lawful interruption of the period of limitation in civil proceedings.
Austria
30 Jul 2018
13
Liability Of Managing Directors Of A GmbH For Incorrect Financial Information And "Civil Fraud" – Austrian Supreme Court Ruling 6 Ob 244/17a
Director's liability is a recurring issue in both the Austrian and German courts. One reason is that, when a company goes into bankruptcy, its receivers and creditors tend to look for alternative sources of funds...
Austria
16 Jul 2018
14
PETROBRAS – OPERATION CARWASH – Dealing With Criminal Actions Of Officers
With reference to our KNOETZL alert of January 19, 2017, we are again reminded that, whenever violations of criminal laws and internal compliance regulations by executives and directors of the company come to light ...
Austria
16 Jul 2018
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Corruption In The Public Sector: No Immunity For PEPs
The recent announcement that the immunity of FPÖ politician Christian Leyroutz has been suspended shows that neither politicians nor lawyers or even politicians who are lawyers are protected from prosecution.
Austria
16 Jul 2018
16
Active Repentance – A Second Chance In Austrian Criminal Law
The contractual obligation must cover any damages caused by the offence.
Austria
12 Apr 2018
17
DRInsider - April 2018
Welcome to the 10th edition of the DRInsider, the quarterly Newsletter of the Wolf Theiss Dispute Resolution Group. We provide an overview of recent developments in CEE/SEE and some very interesting case law.
Worldwide
11 Apr 2018
18
Gold Diggers
It's well known that money does not automatically bring happiness; but one man's wealth caused him particular unease.
Austria
11 Apr 2018
19
Dispute Resolution Insider - Seventh Edition
Welcome to the 7th edition of the DRInsider, the quarterly Newsletter of the Wolf Theiss Dispute Resolution Practice Group. We are happy to again provide you with interesting news covering the various CEE/SEE jurisdictions in which we practice.
European Union
7 Jul 2017
20
The Austrian Law On The Responsibility Of Associations: New Tendency To Prosecution Authorities To Target Companies As First Shot
According to new tendencies of prosecution authorities, the practical scope of the VbVG could expand in the future.
Austria
27 Jun 2017
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