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The ins and outs of insider trading (Part 1)
Companies and persons in possession of "inside information" should be aware of the law governing its use and disclosure.
Australia
15 Feb 2014
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The ins and outs of insider trading (Part 2)
This follow-on article aims to provide practical guidance on the ways in which insider trading risks can be managed.
Australia
15 Feb 2014
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ASIC puts insider trading under the microscope with a new market surveillance system
MAI is a significant upgrade to ASIC capabilities in detecting insider trading and other market misconduct prohibitions.
Australia
15 Dec 2013
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Can reverse payments in patent settlements constitute criminal cartel conduct?
A payment by one competitor to another competitor not to enter a market is anticompetitive.
Australia
2 Oct 2013
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A new wave of regulatory enforcement actions in China impact the food and pharmaceutical industries
China is currently witnessing an extended government campaign to tackle corruption on an unprecedented scale.
China
10 Sep 2013
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Insurance Cover for Statutory Penalties
This article examines common coverage issues and considerations for granting indemnity for criminal fines and penalties.
Australia
14 Apr 2013
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Fraud & Regulatory Enforcement
Available data suggests that there has been an increase in the incidence economic crimeof over recent years.
Australia
24 Nov 2012
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Corporate Crime, Fraud And Investigations (Part 2)
Companies must understand and develop strategies to comply with anti-bribery and anti-corruption laws around the world.
Australia
24 Sep 2012
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Corporate Crime, Fraud And Investigations (Part 1)
It is critical for companies to understand anti-bribery and anti-corruption obligations under local and foreign law.
Australia
24 Sep 2012
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What to do when you suspect corruption: disclosure obligations and enforcement processes in the UK, the US, Australia and China
Companies must understand, and to develop strategies to comply with, all relevant anti-bribery and anti-corruption laws.
Australia
10 Sep 2012
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Doing Business in Australia - Taxation
Taxation in Australia is spread between three levels of government, as federal, state and local governments levy taxes.
Australia
30 Apr 2012
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Anti-Money Laundering And Countering Financing Of Terrorism Bill Introduced To Parliament
Following the release of a draft Bill for public consultation in September 2008, and the recent publication of Cabinet papers and a regulatory impact statement, the Anti- Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Bill (Bill) has finally been introduced to Parliament.
New Zealand
2 Jul 2009
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Indefeasibility Under Attack, Part 2: Forged ´All Obligations´ Mortgages
The recent Court of Appeal decision of Westpac Banking Corporation v Clark (Unreported, CA 172/06, [5 September 2008]) goes some way to answering a technical but important issue on indefeasibility with significant ramifications for corporate lenders in New Zealand.
Australia
20 Jan 2009
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Investment Fraud & The Lawyers Fidelity Fund
In Vaughan & Anor v Legal Services Board [2008] VSC 200, two victims of investment fraud were unsuccessful in their attempt to recover their lost money from the Legal Services Board Fidelity Fund.
Australia
22 Oct 2008
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Draft ´Anti-Money Laundering And Countering Financing Of Terorism Bill´ Released For Consultation
The Ministry of Justice has released a draft 'Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Bill' (AML/CFT Bill). The Bill will apply to financial institutions and casinos and is expected to be introduced in Parliament in April 2009.
Australia
15 Oct 2008
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Employee Fraud What Employers Can Do About It
Employee fraud is estimated to cost Australian businesses about $18 billion each year. But there are ways for businesses to curtail fraudulent conduct by employees and remedies to be taken when fraud occurs.
Australia
30 Sep 2008
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Citigroup Ruling – Implications For Letters Of Engagement And Insider Trading
The much anticipated Australian Federal Court decision handed down on 28 June cleared one of the world’s leading banks of insider trading and conflict of interest charges and in doing so clarified the approach that Australian courts will take when considering whether or not a fiduciary duty exists between two commercial entities.
Australia
2 Aug 2007
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