Designed as a quick reference resource for every organization which is involved in M&A transactions, the WLG Merger Control Guide 2020 provides “at-a-glance” information on merger control for 91 jurisdictions around the world.
This Report provides an overview on top trade policy priorities and challenges in several jurisdictions, outlining the overall approach country-by-country on international trade and specifying concrete policy measures applied.
The second edition of this Guide provides – just like the first edition to which Soulier Avocats had already contributed – a comparative analysis of the legal frameworks, regulation and procedures concerning the practice of government relations and lobbying within the most significant jurisdictions worldwide.
Non-competition agreements can help a business protect its confidential information, trade secrets and customer relationships and prevent unfair competition. However, whether such agreements can be enforced, and under what circumstances, vary significantly among jurisdictions.
For global companies in particular, knowing the market rules of the countries they are doing business in is crucial to conduct their business in compliance with those laws.
The implementation of a whistleblowing program, i.e. a system encouraging employees to report issues that can affect the business of their company or involve its responsibility, is subject to specific rules that vary from one country to another.