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Procedimento Sanzionatorio Consob – Obbligo Di Sottoporsi All'Audizione Personale Vs Diritto Al Silenzio E Alla Non Auto-Incriminazione: Una Questione Al Vaglio Della Corte Costituzionale
20 June 2018
Si può imporre ad un soggetto sottoposto ad indagini da parte di CONSOB in relazione agli illeciti amministrativi di abuso di informazioni privilegiate e manipolazione del mercato di sottoporsi ad audizione personale davanti al proprio accusatore? Può...
Consob's Sanctions Regime – Obligation to be Interviewed Vs The Right to Silence and The Right Against Self-Incrimination: A Question Under Scrutiny by the Constitutional Court
20 June 2018
Is it possible to require a person under investigation by CONSOB in relation to the administrative wrongdoing of insider trading and market manipulation to be interviewed by their accuser? Can this person (under investigation in relation to administrative wrongdoing)...
19 June 2018
On June 11, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court strengthened important constraints on the period in which plaintiffs can timely pursue claims on behalf of a purported class of similarly-situated parties. In China Agritech, Inc. v. Resh, the Court adopted the position...
11 June 2018
Clifford Chance has advised an investment fund managed by Europa Capital, a pan-European real estate investment company, on the sale of Hadovka Office Park, a modern office building located in a prominent position in Prague 6. The buyer is WOOD & Company, a leading...
27 May 2018
Private debt is rather limited in the Middle East, with the vast majority of debt being provided by commercial banks. Challenges with respect to foreclosure/bankruptcy laws, lack of market data and understanding of risk and reward metrics have been some of...
23 May 2018
There have, over the last year, been clear signs of a sustainable revival in the securitisation markets. Even though the Securitisation Regulation does not apply until next year, there has already been a notable increase in the use of securitisation techniques,...
22 May 2018
Strong presidential campaign rhetoric may be an indicator of future increased anti-corruption enforcement activity, both in Mexico and the US, when the new administration takes office in Mexico. The following is a discussion of key considerations for foreign companies...
DOJ Announces Policy to Discourage Law Enforcement Agencies and Regulators from “Piling On” Duplicative and Parallel Penalties
21 May 2018
On May 9, 2018, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced that the United States Department of Justice ("DOJ") would implement a new policy discouraging regulators and law enforcement agencies engaged in parallel investigations from "piling...
16 May 2018
Where project works include a significant cross-border element it has become common practice for the construction documentation to be split between two or more contracts in order to reduce local tax liabilities. This article looks at the key legal issues and potential...
16 May 2018
Pure cost-plus contracts are rare in many markets. However, cost-plus is more common as a method of calculating interim payments in contracts whose outturn cost is capped by a Guaranteed Maximum Price ("GMP") or target cost mechanism. CPGMP contracts...