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Israel: Controversial Identification and Disclosure Obligations under Amendment to AML Law

After attracting the attention of the Israel Bar Association and generating considerable controversy, the 13th Amendment to the Israeli Prohibition on Money Laundering Law...

UK: New Guidelines on Sentencing of Corporate Offenders

On 1 October 2014, new guidelines issued by the Sentencing Council (the "Guidelines") came into force for the sentencing of fraud, bribery and money...

Baker & McKenzie EU Anti-Bribery, Trade and Customs Webinar Series 2014

Baker & McKenzie's EU Compliance, International Trade and Customs Groups are bringing together their considerable local knowledge and on the ground experience to deliver their...

Ukraine: Upfront Disclosure of Beneficial Ownership Now Required

A law requiring an upfront disclosure of beneficial ownership of companies to the Ukrainian authorities has been signed by the President. All companies previously...

UK – BIS/ECO issues report on strategic export controls licences

On 24 October 2014, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) and its Export Control Organisation (ECO) released Strategic Export Controls: Country Pivot...

Britain and Germany main targets of cyber attacks in EMEA region

According to a report issued by the US-listed security company FireEye, Britain and Germany were the most targeted EMEA countries in the first half...

Significant changes to the Croatian Labour Act

The new Labour Act has introduced numerous changes of which some can be qualified as both significant and substantial. The changes entail alterations...

Close Call: Privilege in Internal Investigations Survives Another Attack

In June, a U.S. Appeals Court vacated a lower court decision that gutted the attorney-client privilege in the context of internal investigations partly performed...

2014 Year-End Review of Import/Export Developments

In keeping with tradition, Baker & McKenzie is pleased to invite you to its annual Year-End Review of Import/Export Developments. This year's two-day conference will...

May a German stock corporation pay fine against director?

On 8 July 2014, the German Federal Court of Justice handed down a recently published decision which clarifies under which circumstances a German stock...

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