Hogan Lovells guide on internal investigations in Germany — August 2013
In recent years, compliance obligations and according internal investigations have become increasingly important for internationally acting companies around the world. To avoid legal risks, there is a growing need for international companies to understand their respective compliance obligations.
For Germany, this guide will outline some of the most important legal requirements and investigation techniques to be observed. The authors of the respective articles are all part of Hogan Lovells’ specialised Investigations/Compliance Team in Germany…
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