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2016 Brought Some Substantial Changes In Austria's Criminal Law Provisions - A Review
In 2016, Austrian Criminal Law experienced some substantive legal developments in both, procedural and material aspects.
Austria
11 Jan 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Because of these critical comments the proposed bill was retracted and revised by an expert commission.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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EU Market Abuse Regulation Countdown - Are You Ready? Part III: Sanctions - Austria Publishes Draft Implementing Bill
The new EU market abuse regime will take effect across EU member states from 3 July 2016 onwards.
Austria
11 May 2016
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Public Prosecutor Will Get Easier Access To Bank Information As Of 1 August
As of 1 August 2016 public prosecutors may access information contained in the account registry without prior court approval.
Austria
14 Apr 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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Finally! Prosecution Authorities Will Be Prohibited From Seizing Attorney-Client Privileged Communication Located Outside An Attorney's Office
Amendments to the Austrian Code of Criminal Procedure bring substantial improvements to defendant's rights, but also facilitate the public authorities' access to confidential bank data.
Austria
31 Mar 2016
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German Supreme Court Clarifies Substantive Questions Resulting From Its (In)Famous Spread Ladder Swap Judgment
For the first time after its 2011 Spread Ladder Swap Judgment the banking division of the German Supreme Court has recently dealt with the disclosure duties of banks in connection with derivative products.
Austria
29 Mar 2015
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Update On EU Sanctions Against Russia
On 6 December 2014, Council Regulation (EU) No 1290/2014 entered into force. This is the latest in a series of regulations regarding "sectoral sanctions" against Russia.
European Union
16 Dec 2014
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Latest EU Sanctions Against Russia
After introducing the "sectoral sanctions" against Russia on 1 August 2014 the sanctions regime has been tightened further on September 12 as set out in EC Regulation No 960/2014.
European Union
29 Sep 2014
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German Supreme Court Enacts Duty For Banks To Disclose Internal Commission Payments - But Only For Future Cases
The banking law senate of the German Supreme Court stipulates far-reaching disclosure obligations for banks with respect to internal commission payments for investments.
Austria
6 Aug 2014
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New Sanctions Regime Against Russia
The European Union has recently agreed to an additional, higher level of sanctions against Russia.
European Union
4 Aug 2014
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Corruptive Behavior In Public Procurement Procedures As A Deal Breaker For Mergers And Acquisitions Transactions?
In light of the economic significance of public procurement and the respective volume of public expenditure in Europe (public sector spending accounts for approximately 20% of EU GDP) it is a well-established and unsurprising fact that public procurement proceedings are particularly vulnerable to corruption.
Austria
30 Mar 2014
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Breach of Trust - A Recent Supreme Court Ruling Has Broad Implications For Stock Corporations
Austria's breach of trust provision found its way back into the limelight only recently via the prominent criminal proceedings against the former management of LIBRO AG, a leading non-food retailer.
Austria
26 Mar 2014
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The UK Bribery Act
On 1 July 2011 the UK Bribery Act, commonly referred to as the "US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act on Steroids", came into force.
UK
20 Sep 2012
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Legal Privilege In Transnational Bribery Investigations By US Authorities
Armed with the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, US authorities have stepped up their efforts to fight transnational bribery.
United States
20 Sep 2012
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