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Over the past few years, we have witnessed significant changes in the regulatory landscape for manufacturers doing business in Europe. One of the biggest changes concerns the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will come into effect on May 25, 2018.
After the Islamic State launched a series of attacks across Paris in November, the possibility of a similar type of terrorism left the world on edge. While these fears are understandable, automobile use is more of a daily risk to people than
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, the UK is positively infatuated with the United States. Two years ago, the UK essentially copied U.S. anti-corruption laws by adopting the UK Bribery Act—a British version of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act—to criminalize corporate corruption. The UK has seemingly dusted off its copiers again in the form of newly adopted legislation creating deferred prosecution agreements and allowing their use starting in early 2014. This is good news for global companies operating in the UK because it provides a legal “middle ground” for companies to cure a recognized financial misstep, including bribery, fraud, or money laundering.