The French pétanque tossing ball leader, Obut, was sanctioned by the French Competition Authority (“FCA”) for abusing its dominant
On Dec. 7, 2016, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Office of Inspector General (OIG) released an update to its 2000 policy regarding
Hong Kong’s graft-buster has issued an extensive employee training pack to assist employers (particularly in the retail sector) in managing
The Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") has issued an administrative cease and desist order as to Watts Water Technologies, Inc. ("Watts"), a water valve designer and retailer, and Leesen Chang ("Chang"), former general manager of Watts Valve Changsha Co., a wholly-owned Chinese subsidiary of Watts.
The third quarter of 2011 did not bring major changes to Austrian employment law but a number of other developments will impact upon employers.
You are unlikely to have missed recent press about the UK Bribery Act which came into force on 1 July 2011 and applies to all companies incorporated in England and Wales or carrying on any part of their business in the UK.
In an effort to promote responsible business practices, mass-market retailers often require their suppliers throughout the world to adhere to same ethical and compliance standards that the retailers (andor U.S. law) demand of themselves.
An auditor in the Russian Presidential Administration, Mr. Andrei Voronin, has admitted to extorting a million-dollar bribe from Toshiba.
Toyota is reportedly being investigated by the Chinese government for conducting commercial bribery in China.
FSA has published its Business Plan for the next year.