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Fox Williams LLP | United Kingdom | 11 Jul 2023

Non-financial misconduct Part two: best practice tips for addressing non-financial misconduct

In our non-financial misconduct Part One article we discussed the types of behaviour that could potentially breach the FCA’s Conduct Rules or lead to…
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Fieldfisher (Ireland) | Ireland | 21 Mar 2023

Case law update: Amanda Hennigan v An Comisiún Le Rincí Gaelacha [2023] IEHC 87 - High Court rules CLRG's Disciplinary Process should proceed

In a judgment of Ms. Justice Eileen Roberts delivered on 24 February 2023, the High Court has refused an application made by an Irish dancing teacher…
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Levitt Sheikh | Canada | 6 Jan 2023

Howard levitt: what's happening to Jordan Peterson could happen to anyone now

His is an important fight. His failure would leave many vulnerable to attacks on their employment Given how hard Jordan Peterson has worked (and…
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Vernon|David | Romania | 2 Nov 2022

Controversial issues regarding the notice to attend disciplinary hearing

🕑 8 minutes Conducting and organising disciplinary investigations and hearings is a key component of companies confronting and addressing employee misconduct. An important aspect of such hearings and investigations in Romania is providing appropriate notice to employees. This article delineates fundamental issues that an employer should keep in mind when conducting disciplinary......
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Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 25 Feb 2022

Whistleblowing: a global compliance guide (private sector)

A high-level guide on private sector whistleblower rights and regulations in the UK, USA, Canada, EU, Switzerland, and Australia.
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RPC | Hong Kong | 7 Dec 2021

Recent judgment on ad hoc admission of overseas counsel tells of wider covid-19 story

Re Robertson QC is the latest reported judgment dealing with an application for ad hoc admission to the local bar, pursuant to section 27(4) of the Legal Practitioners Ordinance (Cap 159). There appears to have been fewer applications by Queen's Counsel based in England for ad hoc admission to the local bar in 2021, as was the case in 2020 – therein lies a covid-19 story of (among other......
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RPC | Hong Kong | 7 Dec 2021

Recent judgment on ad hoc admission of overseas counsel tells of wider covid-19 story

Re Robertson QC(1) is the latest reported judgment dealing with an application for ad hoc admission to the local bar, pursuant to section 27(4) of…
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Canada, etc. | 24 May 2021

Compliance management: key updates (15 – 22 May)

How to establish effective fraud risk controls for China-based businesses, five key facts about FATCA, a new AML database in Europe, and criminal enforcement under the Biden administration, plus other key compliance management updates.
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Stevens & Bolton LLP | United Kingdom | 21 May 2020

Can an employer take the decision to start disciplinary action part-way through an investigation?

In the case of Sattar v CitiBank, the Court of Appeal held that a decision to take disciplinary action part-way through an investigation did not…
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CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP | United Kingdom | 4 Mar 2020

Withholding facts and the fairness of a disciplinary investigation

If an investigator fails to share a material fact with a decision maker, can this affect the fairness of the dismissal? On the facts of this case…
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