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Global bribery and corruption outlook 2018

Mexico, Brazil, Africa, China, European Union, Global, Hong Kong - March 5 2018 For the most part, 2018 will see countries do more to enforce their anti-bribery and corruption laws. How authorities plan to go about this from...

Maurice Burke, Tony Canny, Liam Naidoo, Antonin Lévy, James G. McGovern, Stephanie Yonekura, Chalid Heyder, Michael Roberts, Eugene Chen, Mark Lin, Sebastian Lach, Crispin Rapinet, Luis Enrique Graham, Isabel Costa Carvalho.


Collective Redress Mechanisms in Europe - what happened next

European Union - February 7 2018 For nearly twenty years the development of collective redress mechanisms has been on the mind of the European Union and, with every passing year...

Carolina Revenga, Manon Cordewener, Filippo Andrea Chiaves, Sanne Bouwers, Piotr Skurzynski, Christine Gateau, Matthew Felwick, Ina Brock, Cécile Derycke, Charles-Henri Caron, Joaquín Ruiz Echauri.


Class action against railway operator declared admissible by the Milan Court of Appeal

Italy - July 24 2014 On 3 March 2014, the Milan Court of Appeal overturned a decision issued by the Court of Milan, which declared inadmissible a class action brought by...


New criminal case to monitor

Italy - June 30 2014 After the historic guilty verdict in the Eternit case (decided by the Court of Turin in February 2012 in first instance and in June 2013 by the Court...

Jacopo Bartolomeo.


Italy: unit and index linked policies: the wavering position of Italian courts

Italy - April 9 2014 Unit and Index linked policies are at the centre of a debate as to whether they should be classified as insurance contracts or financial products...

Giacomo Zaccaria, Andrea Atteritano.