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.
This Guide, designed as a reference multi-jurisdictional handbook, covers 60 major jurisdictions worldwide and provides essential information for companies confronted with a data breach in one or more countries.
The second edition of this Guide, edited in the form of a Q&A guide, addresses – just like the first edition to which Soulier Avocats had already contributed.
Since its first edition in 1995 to which Soulier Avocats had already contributed, this reference book dedicated to securities law and now covering 39 jurisdictions throughout the world, has become an indispensable, practical guide for all legal professionals and actors in the economic and financial world who wish to increase their knowledge of stock market […]
This book covers 40 jurisdictions worldwide and provides, under a common format and just like the previous editions to whihc soulier Avocats had already contributed.