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Corporate liability: the Italian Supreme Court extends the scope of application of Legislative Decree No. 231/2001
The Italian Supreme Court has reconsidered the possibility of applying Legislative Decree No. 231/2001 to the so-called target offences of a criminal organisation.
Antitrust and competition enforcement is changing fast: our report for multinationals from three global conferences
The world of antitrust/competition enforcement is changing more rapidly than ever. This evolving environment presents new challenges for companies.
The Australian privacy commissioner has found that Cupid Media failed to take reasonable steps to secure personal information held on its websites.
The Spanish Official National Gazette has published a new regulation developing the Spanish AML legislation...
Re-reading the Riot Act (again): police liable for consequential losses under the Riot (Damages) Act 1886
As if a lecture at the Police Federation Conference from the home secretary wasn’t enough, the police have also received the Court of Appeal’s reading of the riot act.
A firm of solicitors has found itself on the hook for a fraud in which it was not involved, but in which its substandard conduct had played a part.
Antitrust Matters — April 2014: state aid; cartel facilitators; Belgium’s Competition Authority; exercising patent rights; and more
DLA Piper has released the second issue of its global competition and antitrust law newsletter Antitrust Matters.
Legislative decree no. 231/2001: the stance taken by the Italian Supreme Court on conspiracy crimes and more
The Italian High Court has pointed out some significant aspects concerning the application of Legislative Decree No. 231/2001 (corporate criminal liability).
The Second Circuit has broadened the SEC’s power to seek civil disgorgement of profits from insider trading violations, even where an individual did not personally profit.
This issue contains articles relating to human rights in the mining industry, data protection issues, the ability to remove squatters and the crackdown on bribery and corruption.
DLA Piper’s financial services regulatory team has released the spring 2014 edition of its Money Laundering Bulletin.
DLA Piper has published the first edition of its global competition newsletter, Antitrust Matters.
This article details what types of transactions give rise to a heightened risk of insider trading, highlights the importance of confidentiality and provides practical guidance.
The White House has released the National Institute of Standards and Technology Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity.
This briefing describes the general offence/what constitutes prohibited conduct; and highlights the extent of ASIC’s recent activity in prosecuting insider trading and market misconduct offences.
The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board has concluded that the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of telephone call records is illegal and should be ended.
This year, the SEC is intent on bringing record numbers of financial reporting cases and has some new tools and resources to enable it to do so.
The Criminal Court number 4 of Castellón has sentenced a peer-to-peer file sharing webmaster to 18 months’ imprisonment for a continued offence against IP rights.
DLA Piper’s financial services regulatory team has released the winter 2013 edition of its Money Laundering Bulletin.
The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has issued an important ruling restricting in-house counsel from acting as whistleblowers in litigation against their current or former employers.