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Corporate Criminal Liability And Internal Investigations – Expected Legislative Changes In Germany
The legislative proposal is being discussed extensively in legal practice and academia.
Germany
26 Sep 2019
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Supreme Court Narrowly Interprets Exclusive Jurisdiction Provisions Of Brussels Regime Relating To Validity Of Corporate Decisions
The Supreme Court has held that the English courts did not have exclusive jurisdiction to hear certain claims brought by an English subsidiary company against Turkish domiciled defendants
UK
7 Aug 2019
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Moscow Corporate Crime And Investigations Newsletter – July 2019
This newsletter summarises recent Russian regulation, enforcement and court practice developments which may be relevant for doing business in Russia from a corporate crime and investigations perspective.
Russian Federation
25 Jul 2019
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SFC Compliance Forum 2019: The SFC Outlines Its Key Supervisory Priorities For The Year Ahead
The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) held its third annual Compliance Forum (Forum) on 17 June 2019 – a series of six panel discussions with industry participants:
Hong Kong
24 Jul 2019
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Malaysia's High Court Rules That Third Parties Are Not Prohibited From Disclosing Confidential Documents Produced In Arbitration Proceedings
In Dato' Seri Timor Shah Rafiq v Nautilus Tug & Towage Sdn Bhd [2019] MLJU 405, the High Court considered for the first time the new section 41A of Malaysia's Arbitration Act 2005
Malaysia
24 Jul 2019
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Hong Kong SFC Highlights Common Types Of Corporate Misconduct In Acquisitions And Disposals
The SFC has recently published its Statement on the conduct and duties of directors when considering corporate acquisitions or disposals.
Hong Kong
24 Jul 2019
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High Court Finds Director Can Be Served With All Documents Relating To Proceedings At Address Registered At Companies House
The High Court has held that section 1140 of the Companies Act 2006 permits service on a director, of all documents relating to proceedings against that individual, at the address they have registered at Companies House: Brouwer v Anstey [2019] EWHC 144 (Ch).
UK
20 Feb 2019
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The New Draft Dutch BIT: What Does It Mean For Investor Mailbox Companies?
The Netherlands has released a new draft investment treaty for public comment ("Draft BIT").
Netherlands
31 May 2018
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Guidelines For Sentencing Corporate Entities Which Cause Death
On 27 October 2009 the Sentencing Guidelines Council ("SGC") published their long awaited Consultation Guideline.
UK
15 Jun 2010
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Law Lords Decision On Liability Of Statutory Successor Companies To Clean Up Historically Contaminated Land
In its decision in R (on the application of National Grid Gas plc) v Environment Agency (delivered on 27 June, 2007) the House of Lords has considered a number of important issues as regards present-day corporate responsibilities for acts of statutory predecessor businesses in respect of liabilities for historic land contamination.
UK
2 Aug 2007
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The ECJ Decision In Cadbury Schweppes In Relation To The Controlled Foreign Company Rules
Cadbury Schweppes was a UK resident company. It was the parent company of a group of companies, which included two subsidiaries that were resident in the Republic of Ireland, established in the International Financial Services Centre in Dublin and subject to a rate of tax of 10%.
UK
5 Jan 2007
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