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Ex-CEO attacks confidentiality of internal investigations in US court

The Wall Street Journal reported on 12 October 2014 that an ex-CEO is seeking to force his former employer to turn over the results...

Poland is developing video monitoring law

Video monitoring and CCTV are not specifically regulated by Polish law. Currently, the processing of images and other data collected by cameras is subject...

Recent Compliance Updates and Important Investigations in Turkey

The years 2013 and 2014 have witnessed significant developments in compliance activities in Turkey. Many amendments have been introduced in the major compliance regulations....

Internal Investigations become more challenging in China: Corporate Investigators convicted by a Chinese Court

On 11 August 2014, a Shanghai Court sentenced two Corporate Investigators to two and a half years imprisonment. Peter Humphrey and his wife, Yu...

Canadian Supreme Court rules on online anonymity – Potential impact on fraud investigations?

On June 13, 2014, the Supreme Court of Canada delivered the landmark decision of R. v. Spencer (“Spencer“).  In this decision, Mr. Justice Thomas...

How to obtain authorization to monitor private use of IT by employees in Portugal

7 July 2014 - The Portuguese Data Protection Authority (CNPD) has made available on their website a special online notification form for obtaining authorization...

US Court of Appeals vacates decision limiting attorney-client privilege in internal investigations

In an anticipated and welcomed decision issued Friday, June 27, the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit vacated a District Court...

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