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Corporate Internal Investigations remains the only book to analyse corporate internal investigations on an international level, covering the law in each applicable jurisdiction and describing how an integrated international investigation should be conducted.The new edition of this work addresses the recent legislative changes, including the long-awaited UK Bribery Act, which affects businesses internationally. Russia, China and Indiaare also adopting OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) based anti-corruption legislation. The text covers the new whistleblowing rules and the Dodd Frank Act in the USA, as well as coverage of the recent increase in anti-corruption and tax investigations throughout India.
Table of Contents
1. Investigations with an International Dimension, Paul Lomas 2. Data Protection under European Community Law, Keith Wotherspoon & Stuart Goldberg 3. Investigations in the United States, Daniel Kramer & Benito Romano 4. Investigations in the United Kingdom, Paul Lomas & Michelle Bramley 5. Investigations in The Netherlands, Jan Willem Van der Staay 6. Investigations in Germany, Roman Mallman 7. Investigations in France, Dimitri Lecat 8. Investigations in Spain, Rafael Murillo 9. Investigations in Italy, Fabrizio Arossa 10. Investigations in China & Hong Kong, Michael Han & Richard Chalk 11. Investigations in Japan, Akiko Yamakawa 12. Investigations in India, Rohan Shah and Rajesh Singh 13. Investigations in Russia, Noah Rubin 14. Investigations in Brazil, Fernando Eduardo Serec