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Compliance program zachránil první společnost před trestní odpovědností
Městský soud v Praze zastavil počátkem února 2017 trestní stí- hání proti společnosti AGROTEC a.s., podezřelé ze spáchání trestného činu v sou- vislosti s veřejnými zakázkami.
Austria
10 May 2017
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The Austrian Leniency Programme: To Be Continued?
Because of these critical comments the proposed bill was retracted and revised by an expert commission.
Austria
3 Nov 2016
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Reform Of The Austrian Code Of Criminal Procedure Brings Improvements To Defendants' Rights In Criminal Proceedings
Amendments to the Austrian Code of Criminal Procedure bring substantial improvements to defendants' rights, but also facilitate the public authorities' access to confidential bank data.
Austria
11 Apr 2016
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Protecting Yourself From Company Theft
Recently, the media in Bulgaria has trumpeted a new business crime - the theft of a company. In 2014, there were a number of reported cases in which companies were stolen, e.g. their ownership was changed or a new managing director was appointed by a thief without the knowledge of the actual owner, nor of the company’s management body.
Bulgaria
26 Apr 2015
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Transparency International – Release Of 20th Annual Corruption Perceptions Index
On 3 December 2014, Transparency International, the leading civil society organisation fighting corruption worldwide, released its 20th annual Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI).
European Union
16 Dec 2014
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Crime Of Active Corruption And Commercial Bribery As Grounds For Exclusion From Public Contracts Award Procedures
A conviction for the crimes of active corruption and commercial bribery, which are defined in art. 229 and 296a of the Polish Criminal Code (CC), not only brings about consequences on the grounds of criminal law, but also implies negative consequences in other spheres of law.
Poland
20 Nov 2014
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EU/CEE: Perceptions And Experiences Of Corruption In EU Member States
On 3 Feb 2014, the European Commission released its Anti-Corruption Report (COM 2014/38 final), which provides comprehensive analyses of corruption within the EU member states, national preventive measures in force, and suggestions for legislative improvements.
European Union
19 Feb 2014
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CEE: The UK Bribery Act: Implications For Companies In Central & Eastern Europe
The UK Bribery Act (the "Act"), which has been in force since 1 July 2011, covers bribery in both the private and public sectors.
European Union
20 Nov 2012
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Business Crime 2013 - Czech Republic
There are no different national and regional enforcement levels in the Czech Republic.
Czech Republic
19 Nov 2012
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The International Comparative Legal Guide To: Business Crime 2013
What authorities can prosecute business crimes, and are there different enforcement authorities at the national and regional levels?
Serbia
16 Nov 2012
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The International Comparative Legal Guide To: Business Crime 2012 - A Practical Cross-Border Insight Into Business Crime (Serbia)
What authorities can prosecute business crimes, and are there different enforcement authorities at the national and regional levels? Business crimes are generally prosecuted by the Public Prosecutor's office.
Serbia
12 Dec 2011
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The International Comparative Legal Guide To: Business Crime 2012 - A Practical Cross-Border Insight Into Business Crime (Austria)
The Austrian Public Prosecution Service (Public Prosecution) – represented by a prosecutor – is responsible for investigating crimes and prosecuting criminal offences.
Austria
8 Dec 2011
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The International Comparative Legal Guide To: Business Crime 2012 - A Practical Cross-Border Insight Into Business Crime (Slovenia)
Enforcement of criminal law and initiation of the criminal procedure in Slovenia depends on the type of criminal offence and is regulated in the Criminal Code (Kazenski zakonik, KZ-1) for each specific offence separately and in the Criminal Procedure Act (Zakon o kazenskem postopku, ZKP), which regulates the criminal prosecution.
Slovenia
7 Dec 2011
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The International Comparative Legal Guide To: Business Crime 2012 - A Practical Cross-Border Insight Into Business Crime (Romania)
What authorities can prosecute business crimes, and are there different enforcement authorities at the national and regional levels? The Romanian prosecuting authority is the "Public Ministry" organised under the authority of the Minister of Justice and consisting of prosecutors ("procurori").
Romania
2 Dec 2011
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New Sport Crime Legislation
Until August 2011 the Bulgarian criminal law had not covered bribes or other unlawful means of influencing the course or outcome of sport competitions.
Bulgaria
17 Oct 2011
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An About Face In Austria: The Outlook For The Leniency Regime In Criminal Proceedings In 2011
The success of a new leniency regime, as provided for in the Austrian Criminal Code as of 1 January 2011, will depend on whether it gives the whistleblower sufficient incentives to present themselves to the public prosecutor, and whether the regulation offers a high level of predictability for those involved in the case.
Austria
22 Feb 2011
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