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Back to the Future: Assessing Industrials’ Readiness for Change

Will the lure of the past jeopardize the future of Industrials?Industrials are braced for yet another revolution. At the beginning of a new decade,...

Australia: ASIC Proposed Guidelines for Whistleblowing Policies

ASIC released a consultation paper on 7 August 2019 seeking feedback for their proposed whistleblowing policy guidelines. The consultation paper and proposed guidelines are...

Australia: Looking over Defense – June 2019

Click here to read publication. This edition of the newsletter examines topical issues relevant to the defence and space industries, including ethical considerations for artificial...

South Africa: Redesigning Legal Services in Africa

Investors in Africa face an increasingly complex business environment, with numerous geopolitical and economic risks to consider, as well as having to comply with...

Australian Parliament passes Whistleblowing Bill

On 19 February 2019 the House of Representatives passed the Treasury Laws Amendment (Enhancing Whistleblower Protections) Bill 2018 (the Bill). Although the Bill is...

Webinar Series: Managing Whistleblower and Retaliation Risk for Public and Private Employers

We are pleased to invite you to our first webinar in our 2018 series on "Managing Whistleblower and Retaliation Risk for Public and Private Employers" which will take place on Tuesday, March 13 at 12:00 pm EST.

Brazil introduces public hotlines and rewards for whistleblowers

Brazil introduced measures to facilitate the report of crimes and administrative offences.

Italy adopts whistleblowing law in the private sector

The Italian Parliament approved a new law extending to the private sector the protection of employees who report unlawful behaviors of which they became aware during their work activities.

Australia: Whistleblowing and Foreign Bribery Bills introduced into Senate

Whistleblowing and Foreign Bribery Bills introduced into Senate confirm Australian Government's intention to increase corporate compliance requirements. In light of this event, companies should take the appropriate measures.

New Recommendations for Radical Whistleblowing Laws in Australia: Time to Rethink your Policies

The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services has released its report on recommended changes to whistleblower protections in the corporate, public and not-for-profit sectors. If implemented, these recommendations would significantly increase the protections and rewards available for whistleblowers.

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