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Suitable For The Political Climate: Revision Of The Sanctioning Law For Companies In The Coalition Agreement
The prominent German law magazine Deutscher AnwaltSpiegel published Frankfurt-based partner Sebastian Jungermann's article concerning new corporate criminal sanctions laid down...
Germany
13 Mar 2018
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Dechert Survey: Developments In Securities Fraud Class Actions Against U.S. Life Sciences Companies
2017 was a record year for class action securities litigation, and life sciences companies continued to be popular targets of such lawsuits.
Germany
16 Feb 2018
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Andreas Löhdefink Writes Article On Insider Trading In Germany
The article discusses insider trading, with a focus on the latest legal developments in this field at the EU and German level.
Germany
29 Nov 2017
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Obligations And Potential Liability Of Managing Directors Of A German GmbH
Congratulations! You plan to become managing director (Geschäftsführer) of a German limited liability company (a "GmbH").
Germany
14 Nov 2017
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German Labor Court: Employee Can Be Liable For CEO Fraud (Video)
In a CEO fraud case the Regional Labor Court of Saxony ruled that the financial director authorizing the payment can be held (partially) liable. The amount depends on the efforts of the company...
Germany
3 Nov 2017
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Deutsche Börse Agrees To Pay Fines Over Alleged Insider Trading
Deutsche Börse will pay fines imposed by the Frankfurt Public Prosecutor over alleged insider trading in a bid to close the investigation.
Germany
19 Sep 2017
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Reform On Asset Recovery In Criminal Proceedings
As of 1 July 2017 new rules under the Criminal Code (StGB) and Criminal Procedural Order (StPO) shall enter into force to regulate the recovery of criminal proceeds.
Germany
12 Jul 2017
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New Anti-Bribery Law For The Healthcare Sector In Germany (June 2016 Update)
In its cabinet session on 14 April 2016, the German government adopted a bill on combating corruption in the healthcare sector.
Germany
4 Jul 2016
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Germany Criminalizes Corruption In The Health Care System
On July 29, 2015, the German government adopted a draft Act against corruption in the health care system (Entwurf eines Gesetzes zur Bekämpfung der Korruption im Gesundheitswesen, the "Draft Act").
Germany
4 Aug 2015
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Bribery Act - Germany Gets Ready For Stricter Criminal Laws
In its cabinet session on 21 January 2015, the German government adopted the draft bill on combating corruption of the Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection.
Germany
24 Mar 2015
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Stricter Requirements For The Voluntary Self-Disclosure Of Tax Evasion
The German Fiscal Code provides for the possibility of a voluntary self-disclosure of tax evasion.
Germany
16 Jan 2015
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German Anti-Corruption Legislation And Procedure
The new and tightened German anti-corruption legislation applicable to members of Parliamentary assemblies
Germany
16 Sep 2014
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Siemens Bribery Case: Liability Of Board Members
The Munich District Court N° I has decided that each individual board member has to ensure that his company is organized and monitored.
Germany
28 Aug 2014
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Relief For Managers Regarding Liability Vis-À-Vis Third Parties
Managing directors and compliance officers (CO) who are actively involved in criminal offences against third parties can be punished as perpetrators or aiders and abettors.
Germany
18 Dec 2012
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EU Commission Tackles Market Abuse
The European Commission recently presented drafts for a complete revision of the market abuse regime.
Germany
9 Mar 2012
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Safe Harbor: More Stringent Requirements for the Transfer
When German companies transfer personal data to companies outside the EU then they have to fulfill the stringent requirements of the Federal Data Protection Act.
Germany
23 Jun 2010
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The Compliance Officer’s Function within a Company – The Federal Supreme Court decides on compliance officers’ criminal liability regarding violation of their duties and challenges the compliance organizations within the companies
In a current decision (BGH 5 StR 394/08) the Federal Supreme Court ("Bundesgerichtshof", "BGH") has taken a stance regarding a compliance officer’s responsibility within a company.
Germany
7 Jan 2010
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New Immunity Guidelines for Cartels in Germany
Whistleblowing has never been more attractive in Germany. On March 15, 2006, the Federal Cartel Office ("FCO") published new guidelines for immunity and leniency in cartel matters ("2006 Guidelines"). The 2006 Guidelines amend and restate the conditions under which the FCO grants immunity (no imposition of fines) or extends leniency (reduction of fines), provided cartel members admit their involvement in the conduct at issue and cooperate with the agency’s investigation.
Germany
4 Jul 2006
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