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Australian Full Court rules on self-incrimination CFMEU v ABCC
  • Bird & Bird
  • Australia
  • February 8 2018

On 30 January 2018 the Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia delivered its judgment in Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union v

Hong Kong Competition Tribunal issues judgment on the right against selfincrimination
  • Slaughter and May
  • Hong Kong
  • November 1 2017

In October 2017 the Hong Kong Competition Tribunal (Tribunal) handed down its judgment on applications made by two respondents, Nutanix and BT, to

Work Safety is Everyone’s Concern - Know Your Responsibilities and Act Now
  • Castrén & Snellman
  • Finland
  • October 24 2017

An employee was seriously injured in an accidentthe supervisor, managing director and company were fined. Failures to monitor compliance with

When the OSC Comes Knocking
  • Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP
  • USA, Canada
  • August 15 2017

In April, staff of the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) commenced headline-grabbing regulatory enforcement proceedings against Home Capital Group

Case Note: Allen and Conti
  • Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP
  • USA
  • August 2 2017

This case, from the US Federal Appeals Court, considers the applicability of the Fifth Amendment’s privilege against self-incrimination in relation to

Self-Incrimination and Settlement Agreements
  • Bennett Jones LLP
  • Canada
  • July 27 2017

Misconduct in the securities industry can give rise to both criminal and regulatory liability. One problem that arises from this overlap is the

Non-Competes Can Cost You More Than A Job
  • Foley & Lardner LLP
  • USA
  • June 5 2017

Normally in this space we write about case developments after the case is decided. This time, though the story involves a mid-case development which

Do employees have a "right to remain silent" in employment investigations?
  • HopgoodGanim
  • Australia
  • March 20 2017

This is a difficult question that often arises in misconduct investigations and was recently considered in the case of Grant v BHP Coal Pty Ltd 1

Corporate Crime & Investigations Update - 3 March 2017
  • Addleshaw Goddard LLP
  • USA, United Kingdom
  • March 3 2017

It is reported that Marc El Asmar, a Societe Generale SA executive, will be allowed to give his evidence in a Libyan bribery lawsuit in secret, to

Attorney Client Privilege Arising out of Internal Investigations: Milestone Decision of the Swiss Federal Supreme Court
  • Bär & Karrer
  • Switzerland
  • October 5 2016

In a decision released early this week (1B_852016 dated 20 September 2016), the Swiss Federal Supreme Court ("SFSC") had to address the issue if and