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Colombia: Superintendence of Companies defines new criteria to determine the companies that must adopt...

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In brief On October 2, the Superintendence of Companies ("SS") issued the Resolution 100-006261 (the "Resolution"), by means of which it defined the new criteria...

United States: This Week in Government Enforcement

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Please join us for a new weekly video series, hosted by Baker McKenzie's North America Government Enforcement partners Tom Firestone and Jerome Tomas.This weekly briefing is available on demand and will cover hot topics and current enforcement actions related to white collar crime and criminal investigations in the US and abroad to arm you with the information you need to start your business week.As one of the largest global law firms, we will call upon our exceptionally deep and broad bench of white collar experts throughout the world and particularly in the commercial hubs of Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America to join our weekly discussion series.

United States: This Week in Government Enforcement

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Please join us for a new weekly video series, hosted by Baker McKenzie's North America Government Enforcement partners Tom Firestone and Jerome Tomas.This weekly briefing is available on demand and will cover hot topics and current enforcement actions related to white collar crime and criminal investigations in the US and abroad to arm you with the information you need to start your business week.As one of the largest global law firms, we will call upon our exceptionally deep and broad bench of white collar experts throughout the world and particularly in the commercial hubs of Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America to join our weekly discussion series.

Global: Connected Compliance Dialogues

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In this series of short conversations, our Global Compliance & Investigations team connects with senior ethics and compliance experts to discuss a wide range...

European Union: The EU foreign investment mechanism is now operational

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The EU screening mechanism for foreign direct investments potentially affecting security and public order in an EU Member State or in the whole EU...

Global: Cross-Border Enforcement Center

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Cross-Border enforcement is enjoying something of a moment. Over the last few years, we have witnessed sustained efforts to improve enforcement across borders. The...

Asia Pacific Competition Highlights October 2020

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Read publicationIn this regional update, we provide you with a practical overview of the most notable antitrust legal developments over Q3 2020 that may...

Spain and United Kingdom: Cross-border Criminal Evidence Gathering – The use of European Investigations...

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The last 10 to 15 years has seen a significant increase in criminal enforcement against companies, and an increase in co-operation between states when investigating and prosecuting corporate crime. As a result, multi-jurisdictional companies (and their employees) are at greater risk than ever of becoming involved in a criminal investigation, whether as a suspect or a witness. It is therefore important that companies and their employees are aware of the process that will be followed if they are required to provide evidence as part of a criminal investigation, and how best to prepare for that process.

Italy: Italian Medicine Agency – Public consultation on the new Guidelines for the preparation...

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On 16 September 2020, the Italian Medicine Agency (AIFA) launched a public consultation on the new "Guidelines for the preparation of Dossiers supporting reimbursement and pricing applications", in order to implement the Decree of the Ministry of Health dated 24 July 2020, establishing "Criteria and methods by which the Italian Medicine Agency establishes, through negotiation, the prices of medicines reimbursed by the National Health System".

Italy: The Council of State on the criterion of equivalence in the award of...

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With Judgment No. 5063 of 17 August 2020, in line with the most recent case law, the Council of State confirmed that the equivalence criterion applies in the award of tenders for the supply of medical devices. According to said criterion, the assessment of bids with respect to the relevant technical specifications must be grounded on criteria of substantial conformity of the offered technical solutions and not to formalistic findings.
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