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Invitations To Hunting Trips - The Criminal Court's Next Trophy?
The woodcock mating season has just ended and deer-hunting season has already begun. Are officials allowed to accept an invitation to a hunting trip, or should they be paying the shooting fees and other costs?
Austria
10 May 2016
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Reform Proposals Seek To Clarify Breach Of Trust
The debate around Section 153 of the Austrian Criminal Code, relating to the offence of breach of trust, is now entering the next round.
Austria
18 Jun 2015
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Innovations Under The EU Fourth Money Laundering Directive
On 17 December 2014, the European Parliament and the Council reached an agreement on the Fourth Money Laundering Directive. The initial draft dates back more than two years (5 February 2013).
European Union
3 May 2015
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Responsibility Of Managing Directors To Ensure An Effective And Adequate Compliance Organization
In our Legal Insights edition of 9 March 2015, we already adressed the recent decision issued by the District Court of Munich No I in Germany on the liability of directors for inadequate compliance organizations.
Austria
23 Mar 2015
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Liability Of Managing Directors For Inadequate Compliance Organization
The fight against corruption has intensified over the past few years, causing the issue of corporate compliance to become ever more important.
Austria
17 Mar 2015
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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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New Anti-Bribery Regime In Austria
From 1 January 2013, a new anti-bribery regime will be effective in Austria.
Austria
12 Jun 2013
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U.S.: Highly Anticipated FCPA Resource Guide released
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the U.S. Department of Justice recently released a "Resource Guide to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act" regarding the application and enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ("FCPA").
Austria
21 Dec 2012
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CEE: The Corruption Perception Index 2012
("CPI 2012") earlier today. The Corruption Perception Index ranks countries based on how corrupt their public sector is perceived to be.
Austria
6 Dec 2012
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The International Comparative Legal Guide To: Business Crime 2013 - Austria
The Austrian Public Prosecution Service (Public Prosecution) – represented by a prosecutor – is responsible for investigating crimes and prosecuting criminal offences.
Austria
16 Nov 2012
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New Anti-Corruption Law Per 1 January 2013
According to the new regulations, an Austrian citizen or company can be prosecuted if the offence was committed abroad.
Austria
1 Nov 2012
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Hunting The Hacked Ones? Criminal Aspects Of Cybercrime In Austria
The Austrian legislature has been striving for years for a proper criminal punishment of cyber criminals. But first the perpetrators have to be caught.
Austria
26 Sep 2012
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Compliance Officer Liability – Is There A Way Out?
A compliance officer (CO) is liable for criminal conduct within the company if the CO can be charged with dereliction of duties.
Austria
20 Sep 2012
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New Anti-Bribery Regime In Austria
As of 1 January 2013, a new anti-bribery regime will be effective in Austria.
Austria
21 Aug 2012
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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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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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Identifying And Mitigating Anti-Corruption And Anti-Trust Compliance Risks
Multi-digit Euro fines for anti-competitive behaviour and continued press coverage of bribes have moved compliance programmes ever more into the focus of attention.
Austria
18 Feb 2011
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