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There have been some high-profile cases involving the use of CCTV in Germany in recent years.
CCTV cameras can be installed in the French workplace for safety reasons and to prevent and investigate crime, theft or misconduct.
Taylor Wessing’s Düsseldorf restructuring team has helped the insolvency adminstrator of five subsidiary companies sue three former board members of Babcock Borsig.
The NDRC is collecting relevant information in the automotive parts industry and will likely launch antitrust investigations in this sector on suspicion of price-fixing cartels.
After much anticipation, it has been announced that deferred prosecution agreements will become available in the UK from 24 February 2014.
As part of its anti-corruption package, the EU intends to publish a report every two years on member states’ efforts to tackle corruption.
E-commerce tools and the anonymity offered by trading over the web have long been exploited by traders of counterfeit goods.
Pension liberation schemes typically offer cash incentives to members to transfer their pension savings to a scheme from where a cash lump sum is ‘unlocked’ and paid to the member.
The Leveson Report: Data protection proposals will have a significant impact on journalism and the enforcement of data protection law
There has been much debate since the publication of Lord Leveson’s Report on the culture, practices and ethics of the press as to the role of a future regulatory framework governing its activities.
A string of recent, high-profile enforcement actions by the FSA has highlighted the risk for companies and financial advisers of improperly disclosing inside information.