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The Sentencing Council has just opened a consultation on proposed draft guidelines for the sentencing of food safety and food hygiene offences.
The Sentencing Council has opened its 14-week public consultation on draft guidelines for corporate manslaughter and health and safety offences.
Opinion Release No. 14-02 raises questions about whether the DoJ is clarifying its stated view of how the FCPA applies to M&A transactions.
Forbes has dubbed 2014 ‘The Year of the Whistleblower’. For healthcare providers, this designation has translated into millions of dollars in fines.
DLA Piper’s financial services international regulatory explores the news and legal developments that have affected the industry over the last month.
A new guide produced by DLA Piper, pro bono client Hollaback! and the Thomson Reuters Foundation offers the first-ever global legal resource on street harassment.
By judgment no. 15224 rendered on 3 July 2014, the Supreme Court has extended the boundaries of the prohibition on insider trading.
The law of 14 December 2005 provided in the obligation to convert the bearer securities into dematerialised securities or registered securities by no later than 31 December 2013.
DLA Piper has recruited Mark Riera as a litigation partner in its Los Angeles office. Riera is a trial and appellate lawyer with experience in a range of industries.
The ACCC is currently conducting 10 in-depth investigations into cartel matters involving both local and international conduct.
Companies that keep a clean house in the gifts/meals/entertainment/travel part of the FCPA statute stand a better chance of forestalling big problems elsewhere in the statute’s danger zones.
DLA Piper highlights four key challenges and related ‘cures’ for dealing with one particularly perplexing group — distributors.
The issue of so-called facilitation payments and other small bribes is a thorn in the side of many international businesses.
Charitable contributions and the FCPA — six simple steps to help ensure your company is giving responsibly
Many companies seek to give back to the communities in which they conduct business. But when the charitable giving takes place outside the US, this practice may raise concerns.
ICSID tribunal refuses to allow state to recommence criminal investigation that would disrupt arbitration proceedings
The tribunal would not allow the arbitration process to be derailed by resumption of a criminal investigation into matters closely related to the arbitration process.
Kathryn Keneally is joining DLA Piper’s global tax practice as chair of its civil and criminal tax litigation group. She arrives in October as partner in the New York office.
Corporate Insurance Trends 2014 is a collection of articles highlighting some trends and key issues for financial lines insurers and their insureds in 2014.
Karl Buch has joined DLA Piper’s litigation practice as a partner in New York. Buch joins DLA Piper from Pfizer where he was assistant general counsel.
The SEC has announced a mass action against 34 defendants for alleged violations of federal securities laws regarding reporting of stock holdings.
As fraud continues to cost the UK economy billions each year, bank customers are now looking to the banks to cover their losses. What steps should banks take to defend themselves?