The concept of a single continuous infringement (“SCI”) enables competition authorities to consider a series of agreements or conducts that have the same objective to distort competition in the market as one single continuous infringement.
The current Law on Civil Procedures (the “LCP”) numbered 6100 had entered into force on October 1, 2011 but the new appellate procedures introduced by the Law numbered 5235 on September 26, 2004 and repeated in the LCP had not entered into force due to the fact that regional courts of justice hadn’t been established and non-operational.
On April 5th, 2016, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) announced the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Enforcement Plan and Guidance (“Guidance”) which aims to ensure greater accountability for Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”) violations and provide greater transparency for companies with regard to mitigation.
Women’s Day is behind us, but the subjects of gender equality and equal opportunity are of year-round concern. This, the first part of a special two-part CEE Legal Matters article on women in private practice in CEE, provides the numbers and percentages from leading law firms across CEE, as well as a more thorough snapshot of one representative market. Part II of the report, in the June issue, will pull back the curtain even more, providing feedback and perspectives from lawyers across the region.