Dr Nathalie Isabelle Thorhauer

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP


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Supply Chain Law in Germany: Current steps towards a mandatory human rights due diligence law

Germany - July 22 2020 Germany is currently working on a mandatory human rights due diligence law (“Lieferkettengesetz” or “Sorgfaltspflichtengesetz”) that would oblige…

Quenie Hubert, Sylvia Schenk

Cross-border Litigation - International Perspectives

European Union, Global, United Kingdom - March 30 2017 Why the focus on cross-border litigation? The increasing physical and technological globalisation of business has inevitably resulted in a dramatic…

Eduardo Soler-Tappa, Vincent Bouvard, Julian Copeman, Clément Dupoirier, Jessica Fei, Richard Garnett, Dr Helmut Görling, Adam Johnson, Anna Pertoldi, Donald Robertson, Laurence Shore, May Tai, Mathias Wittinghofer

Corporate Crime update - February 2020 | Germany

Germany - February 25 2020 The public prosecutor's office in Frankfurt has searched the offices of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) close Workers' Welfare Association…

Dr Dirk Seiler

Corporate Criminal Liability and Internal Investigations - Expected Legislative Changes in Germany

Germany - September 23 2019 In their March 2018 coalition agreement, the coalition partners CDU, CSU and SPD have agreed to establish new rules on criminal sanctions against…

Dr Dirk Seiler

Munich Regional Court prohibits Tesla’s advertising claims for its electric cars

Germany - August 12 2020 In July 2020, the Regional Court Munich I (file no. 33 O 14041/19) prohibited Tesla from using the term "autopilot" and other statements on its German…

Nina-Isabell Ballwanz, Dr Dirk Seiler