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Lexology PRO | USA | 26 May 2023

Employment decisions using AI run risk of algorithmic discrimination in the US

US state and local governments’ early attempts to regulate AI in employment decisions reveal what promises to become a complex regulatory environment. California, Washington, DC and New York City are all in the mix.
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 21 Mar 2023

Checklist: Conducting a competition compliance audit (EU)

This checklist suggests the steps an organisation should take in conducting an internal competition law audit. It is aimed at in-house lawyers and compliance professionals across various industries who wish to review their organisation’s compliance with EU competition law.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Global | 2 Dec 2022

In-house interview: How standardisation can boost compliance and competitiveness

Javier Bertolá, lead compliance officer at Publicis Groupe Iberia, explains that being certified under ISO 37 001 in preventing corruption gives companies a competitive edge, boosts innovation and helps to adapt to regulatory change.
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Lexology PRO | Finland | 17 Nov 2022

Finnish data and tax authorities clash over banking data sharing

The Finnish data regulator has said the country’s tax authority unlawfully requested information from banks on cross-border account transfers and ordered it to delete swathes of that data.
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Lexology PRO | Central & South America, Mexico | 5 Jul 2022

Observers in Mexico lament neglect of national anti-corruption system

Six years after the creation of the National Anti-corruption System, Mexican anti-corruption experts point out that it has been neglected in its mission.
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Lexology PRO | Netherlands | 17 May 2022

Dutch enforcer fines construction company for gun-jumping

The Dutch competition authority has fined modular building rental company Modulaire Group and its subsidiary Algeco €1.85 million for failing to notify the latter’s acquisition of rival BUKO, nearly a year after the agency unconditionally cleared the deal.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Canada, etc. | 28 Feb 2022

Employment: key updates and developments (22 – 28 Feb)

60% of UK workers believe they are under surveillance at work, Spain and Germany increase minimum wages, and Czechia looks at how employers can respond to Ukranian call-up orders – plus other key updates.
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The Workplace Employment Lawyers | Australia | 23 Feb 2022

"I think I've been underpaid" – how to ensure wage compliance in complex world of work

Wage compliance has always been at the forefront of risk assessment for organisations of all sizes. An audit process is an opportune time to not only rectify any past issues but also take on board feedback that is likely to streamline and improve practices moving forward. This article provides an overview of the key issues for employers in wage compliance.
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Lexology PRO | Global, United Kingdom | 10 Jan 2022

In-house counsel: Top tips for managing modern slavery risk at a new company

Bhavisha Mistry has just moved to a new role as legal director at The Fragrance Shop. She shares her top tips for managing modern slavery at new companies, including how to measure risk exposure and mapping your supply chain.Interview conducted by Samantha Gilbert, Senior Content Editor for Lexology PRO. 
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Ireland | 3 Dec 2021

Irish bank regulator issues €24.5 million fine over IT breaches

Ireland's central bank has ordered the Bank of Ireland to pay the regulator's second-highest fine to date for breaching IT regulations, despite the lender’s full and voluntary cooperation with the investigation.
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