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with Fabiola Emilin Rodrigues
Demarest Advogados (São Paulo)
"Since Federal Law No. 12,846 of 2013, which established the Brazilian anti-corruption system, was enacted, the current key developments are concentrated in regulations at the state level and the effectiveness of new investigations conducted by multiple enforcement authorities (eg, the Public Prosecutor’s Office and the General Comptroller’s Office)..."
with Matthew Durham and May Lu
Simmons & Simmons (Shanghai)
"One of the most important developments in China for anti-corruption regulation is the revision to relevant clauses in the Anti-Unfair Competition Law in November, 2017, which took effect on 1 January 2018..."
with Hans-Hermann Aldenhoff
Simmons & Simmons (Düsseldorf)
"In June 2018 the Federal Constitutional Court rejected the constitutional complaint of a law firm that is based in the United States with offices in Germany claiming that it was not protected by certain fundamental constitutional rights..."
"In the past year the investigation and prosecution of corruption offences has continued intensively, with particular emphasis on corporate entities and their officers, and especially on their alleged involvement in the corruption of foreign public officials..."
"The United States continues to actively enforce laws prohibiting foreign bribery against both corporations and individuals, primarily through the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and laws against money laundering and certain types of fraud..."