Corporate Internal Investigations: An International Guide

Hardcover | February 10, 2013

EditorPaul Lomas, Daniel Kramer

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This text remains the only book to analyse corporate internal investigations on an international level, covering the applicable law in each jurisdiction and providing guidance on how an integrated international investigation should be conducted.Since the first edition of the book, the area of corporate internal investigations has grown in importance and recognition. Demands for investigations are on the rise as the internal markets and the press become ever more critical of unethical corporate behaviour, and demand higher standards andcloser regulation. The new edition of Corporate Internal Investigations addresses the recent legislative changes, including the long-awaited UK Bribery Act, and the new rules on whistleblowing and the Dodd Frank Act in the US. Many of these developments, including the adoption of OECD (Organisation for EconomicCo-operation and Development) based anti-corruption legislation by countries such as Russia, China and India, will increase enforcement activity and the need for investigations. The need for advice and guidance on internal investigations is also increasing as companies move into emerging markets and face much greater risk. This second edition provides a vital tool in assisting companies and their legal advisers with planning for and conducting internal corporateinvestigations.

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This text remains the only book to analyse corporate internal investigations on an international level, covering the applicable law in each jurisdiction and providing guidance on how an integrated international investigation should be conducted.Since the first edition of the book, the area of corporate internal investigations has grown...

Paul Lomas was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge and INSEAD. He has been a partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer since 1990 and he specialises in commercial litigation, financial services litigation, cases with an economic or regulatory aspect and EU law and competition law. He has acted in a number of major corporate governa...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:708 pages, 9.69 × 6.73 × 0.98 inPublished:February 10, 2013Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199645329

ISBN - 13:9780199645329

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Table of Contents

1. Paul Lomas: Investigations with an International Dimension2. Keith Wotherspoon and Stuart Goldberg: Data Protection under European Community Law3. Daniel Kramer and Benito Romano: Investigations in the United States4. Paul Lomas and Michelle Bramley: Investigations in the United Kingdom5. Jan Willem Van der Staay: Investigations in The Netherlands6. Roman Mallman: Investigations in Germany7. Dimitri Lecat: Investigations in France8. Rafael Murillo: Investigations in Spain9. Fabrizio Arossa: Investigations in Italy10. Michael Han and Richard Chalk: Investigations in China and Hong Kong11. Akiko Yamakawa: Investigations in Japan12. Rohan Shah and Rajesh Singh: Investigations in India13. Noah Rubin: Investigations in Russia14. Fernando Eduardo Serec: Investigations in Brazil

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"..the book's practical approach, comprehensive sweep, and exquisite timeliness-not to mention, at 728 pages, its enourmous heft- will render it an invaluable tool as the phenomenon of corporate internal investigations takes over the world" --Michael R. Young, New York Law Journal 11/2008