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By DLA Piper
Act C of 2012 on the Criminal Code (Criminal Code) is the key piece of Hungarian legislation governing bribery. It applies to conduct occurring after the implementation date of July 1, 2013.
By DLA Piper
German criminal law differentiates between bribery in commercial practice (section 299 GCC) and bribery in connection with public officials (sections 331 ff. GCC).
By Paul Hopman, Ewald Netten, Dieuwertje De Leeuw, Sophie Gilliam, Frank Van De Wakker
For example, institutions will now be explicitly required to provide as many different training courses as is required for each specific function in an organization.
By Richard Newcomb, Sandra Lee Bell, Martin Schaefermeier, Amadi Anene
The United States Trade Representative (USTR) has announced the fourth list of Chinese products that will be subject to an additional 10 percent tariff under Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974
By Nikos Buxeda, Camille Álvarez, Juan Carlos Feliciano, Manuel López-Zambrana
The Incentives Code effectively consolidates all tax incentives available for different economic activities in a single code.
By DLA Piper
The Crimes Act 1961 (CA) is the key piece of legislation governing bribery in New Zealand.
By DLA Piper
The Bribery Act 2010 (UKBA) is the key piece of UK legislation governing bribery. It applies to conduct occurring from the implementation date of July 1, 2011
By Megan Filmer
Beginning on a date to be announced, privately-held B.C. Business Corporations Act ("BCA") companies ‎will be required to maintain a "transparency register" of "significant individuals"
By Miguel Baz, Alberto Lobato
On July 16, 2019, the US Senate ratified a new protocol that amends the 2013 Double Taxation Treaty signed between the US and Spain.
By Eric Belli-Bivar
Environmental, Social and Governance, or "ESG" refers to three central factors in measuring the sustainability and ethical impact of investments
By Matthew P. Denn
DLA Piper partner and former Delaware Attorney General Matt Denn interviews District of Colombia Attorney General and Vice President of the National Association of Attorneys General, Karl Racine.
By Sam Millar, Laura Ford
On 6 August 2019, the UK's Serious Fraud Office (SFO) issued much-awaited guidance on corporate co-operation, which forms part of its Operational Handbook (the Guidance).
By Janine Guzman, Mariana Muñiz-Lara
Under recently enacted Act No. 83-2019 (the Act), employees of the public and private sector in Puerto Rico may take up to 15 days of unpaid leave each calendar year to handle situations related
By Carolina Bawlitza, Macarena Alliende
Chile's Competition Monitoring Unit, an arm of the Electric Coordinator, is only a year old, but in that time its Advisor to the Coordinator has opened seven examinations for possible anti-competitive practices.
By Eric Belli-Bivar, Cody Koblinsky
The Government of Canada's 2019 Budget, "Investing in the Middle Class" (the "2019 Budget") includes a plan to take the first steps towards establishing a new retail payment oversight
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