The Criminal Compliance System is increasingly adopted by Spanish companies to avoid the economic consequences of offences that may be committed within the companies by employees being extended to the members of the board of directors; this objective responsibility stems from a criminal conception according to which the company’s top management must have done everything possible to prevent offences from occurring, from which the company … Continue reading Does Compliance end with a CCS?
Dear colleagues, Ladies and gentlemen, On behalf of the Georgian advocates, I would like to deliver warm regards to all participants of the conference. I will start by extending my gratitude to organizers and leaders of the Polish legal profession for making this important event to happen and also many thanks to European Association of Lawyers and President Slazak. I am convinced this conference will … Continue reading Speech by David Asatiani, President of the GBA
The three sources of fundamental rights in the European Union undoubtedly reflect the complicated nature of the Union’s legal system.
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The Mediation Ordinance (Cap. 620), law of Hong Kong, is the most important legislation relating to mediation in Hong Kong. It applies to any mediation conducted…
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Our webinar is taking place on a notable date for mediation in Kazakhstan – the Law “On Mediation” of the Republic of Kazakhstan was adopted precisely ten years ago…
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December 17, 2020 Mélanie Diaz Without a doubt, the experience of a pandemic such as the coronavirus has disrupted our society at all levels, testing us all, generating as many crises as opportunities; although it is proving difficult to see the light at the end of the tunnel, we must not lose sight of the opportunities that this unexpected situation also offers us. The “new … Continue reading Compliance in Covid’s time
December 10, 2020 Marzena Świstak The Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, customarily referred to as the European Convention on Human Rights, was opened for signature on 4 November 1950. Therefore, this year there is a special moment to underline the significant role of that international regulation. In adopting the text of the Convention, the Member States of the Council of … Continue reading The European Convention on Human Rights – vivid and powerful legal instrument?
On 4 November 1950 the European Convention on the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms was adopted. Seventy years have passed since that momentous date.
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