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Soulier Avocats
The French Anti-Corruption Agency created by Law No. 2016-1691 of December 9, 2016 on transparency, fight against corruption and modernization of the economy, commonly referred to as the "Sapin II Law", ...
Soulier Avocats
L'Agence Française Anticorruption (AFA) instaurée par la loi n° 2016-1691 du 9 décembre 2016 relative à la transparence, à la lutte contre la corruption et à la modernisation de la vie économique, dite Loi Sapin II, ...
Jones Day
On January 5, 2018, a consumer association filed a complaint against Apple with the Public Prosecutor's Office in Paris for planned obsolescence of its devices, alleging that Apple was deliberately slowing down its old smartphone models to speed up their replacement.
Jersey
Ogier
It is hard to go a day without someone mentioning the new popular Netflix series 'The Stranger'. One of the mysteries which troubles the audience is the money that has gone missing from the local football club...
Luxembourg
Kinstellar
March 2020 – An e-mail arrives from a long-term business partner's e-mail address, informing of a change to their billing account number.
Russian Federation
Ius Laboris
This article gives details of new guidance on anti-corruption measures for organisations, particularly in relation to employment matters.
Turkey
ELIG Gürkaynak Attorneys-at-Law
The Law No. 7226 on Amendment of Certain Laws ("Amendment Law") has been published in the second Official Gazette of March 26, 2020...
ELIG Gürkaynak Attorneys-at-Law
At the moment, almost all countries face a global health crisis with the rapid spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
ELIG Gürkaynak Attorneys-at-Law
As part of this process, Ukraine also enacted a new amendment related to whistleblowers to enter into force on January 1, 2020.
UK
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
Neil Williams of corporate crime solicitors Rahman Ravelli assesses the figures.
BCL Solicitors LLP
BCL partner John Binns explains Unexplained Wealth Orders, their uses, their impact and how we can deal with them as they become more common in the future.
BCL Solicitors LLP
BCL partner John Binns analyzes the UWO case of Zamira Hajiyeva, following her recent appeal and subsequent refusal by the NCA.
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
The acquittal of three former Barclays executives marks the end of the UK's first-ever trial of senior bank figures for actions that they took in the financial crisis.
Steptoe & Johnson LLP
On February 28, 2020, a jury acquitted three former Barclays executives – Roger Jenkins, Tom Kalaris and Richard Boath - of criminal fraud charges brought by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO).
BCL Solicitors LLP
BCL partners John Binns and Michael Drury's article has been featured in Lawyer Monthly online publication, discussing the unexplained wealth order appeal and subsequent refusal for Zamira Hajiyeva.
BCL Solicitors LLP
BCL partners John Binns and Harry Travers' article analysing the dramatic acquittal of all three senior Barclays executives last week has been published by both Euronews and Fraud Intelligence
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
Nicola Sharp of business crime solicitors Rahman Ravelli explains the challenges facing the agency over its use of such agreements.
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
The English Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal[1] against a decision of the High Court that upheld the U.K.'s first Unexplained Wealth Order (the "UWO").
Ukraine
Kinstellar
Two draft laws to regulate private detective activities in Ukraine have recently been introduced in the Ukrainian parliament.
Clyde & Co
The director of the SFO, Lisa Osofsky, has criticised the UK's "antiquated fraud laws", stating that they hinder convictions.
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