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Bird & Bird | Germany | 14 Aug 2019

Verfehlungen im Mallorca-Urlaub - Kündigung wegen außerdienstlichen Verhaltens

Grundsätzlich bedarf es bei einer Kündigung durch den Arbeitgeber, die sich auf das Fehlverhalten des Arbeitnehmers stützt, einen gewissen


Hill Dickinson LLP | United Kingdom | 17 Jun 2019

NHSI guidance on management and (board level) oversight of investigationdisciplinary processes

In recent correspondence and guidance to trust and foundation trust Chairs and chief executives, Baroness Dido Harding, chair of NHS Improvement


Lander & Rogers | Australia | 14 Jun 2019

Do employees have a right to free speech in Australia?

There's been a lot of publicity recently over Israel Folau and his problems with Rugby Australia over some controversial views about homosexuals and


Rubin Thomlinson LLP | Canada | 27 May 2019

Is Everybody Cheating? Best Practices in Addressing Academic Misconduct.

It certainly seems that way. A recent annotated bibliography by the University of Calgary presents some pretty staggering data that suggests that


Vaish Associates Advocates | India | 17 May 2019

Has CCI extinguished the right of effective legal assistance and representation by advocates during recording of evidence by the Director General?

Has the Competition Commission of India (“CCI”) gone overboard by restricting the advocates from sitting “within hearing distance” with their


Buchalter | USA | 27 Mar 2019

A Recent Ruling About the “Willful and Malicious” Standard for Plaintiff’s Recovering Attorneys’ Fees Under the California Uniform Trade Secrets Act

The California Uniform Trade Secrets Act (“CUTSA”) allows courts to award reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs to the prevailing plaintiff in a claim


Mayer Brown | USA | 4 Feb 2019

Disclosure Tone after Financial Misconduct

In a recent paper titled "Damage Control: Changes in Disclosure Tone After Financial Misconduct," authors Rebecca L. Files, Alex Holcomb, Gerald S


Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer | USA | 25 Jan 2019

Global Investigations podcast - Responding to suspect activity

When issues arise, how do companies best investigate and deal with the misconduct while protecting reputation, managing enforcement risk and


Osler Hoskin & Harcourt LLP | Canada | 25 Jan 2019

Mixed results in British Columbia white collar enforcement proceedings

Two high-profile cases in late 2018 demonstrate both the potentially grave consequences of securities law violations and the difficulties prosecutors


Dykema Gossett PLLC | USA | 19 Dec 2018

Bringing Back Discretion: DOJ Announces Revisions to Current Policy Concerning Corporate Misconduct

In 2015, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) announced a more aggressive stance requiring individual accountability in civil and criminal

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