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Oxford University Press
14 December 2012
Boards & directors: role & responsibilities; Arbitration, mediation & alternative dispute resolution; Company law; Financial services law & regulation
Corporate Internal Investigations remains the only book to analyse corporate internal investigations on an international level, covering the law in each applicable jurisdiction and describing how an integrated international investigation should be conducted.

The new edition of this work addresses the recent legislative changes, including the long-awaited UK Bribery Act, which affects businesses internationally. Russia, China and India are also adopting OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) based anti-corruption legislation. The text covers the new whistleblowing rules and the Dodd Frank Act in the USA, as well as coverage of the recent increase in anti-corruption and tax investigations throughout India.
Edited by:   Paul Lomas (Partner Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer), Daniel Kramer (Partner, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP)
Imprint:   Oxford University Press
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Edition:   2nd Revised edition
Dimensions:   Height: 252mm,  Width: 191mm,  Spine: 43mm
Weight:   1.316kg
ISBN:   9780199645329
ISBN 10:   0199645329
Pages:   670
Publication Date:   14 December 2012
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Introduction 1: Paul Lomas: Investigations with an International Dimension 2: Keith Wotherspoon & Stuart Goldberg: Data Protection under European Community Law 3: Daniel Kramer & Benito Romano: Investigations in the United States 4: Paul Lomas & Michelle Bramley: Investigations in the United Kingdom 5: Jan Willem Van der Staay: Investigations in The Netherlands 6: Roman Mallman: Investigations in Germany 7: Dimitri Lecat: Investigations in France 8: Rafael Murillo: Investigations in Spain 9: Fabrizio Arossa: Investigations in Italy 10: Michael Han & Richard Chalk: Investigations in Hong Kong 11: Akiko Yamakawa: Investigations in Japan 12: Michael Han & Richard Chalk: Investigations in China 13: Rohan Shah and Rajesh Si ngh: Investigations in India 14: Noah Rubin: Investigations in Russia 15: Fernando Eduardo Serec: Investigations in Brazil

Paul Lomas was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge and INSEAD. He has been a partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer since 1990 and he specialises in commercial litigation, financial services litigation, cases with an economic or regulatory aspect and EU law and competition law. He has acted in a number of major corporate governance crises, including litigation and internal investigations into corporate conduct. He has appeared in cases at all levels of the English courts, the European Court of Justice, the Court of First Instance, the Florida Supreme Court and in arbitrations. Daniel J. Kramer is co-chair of the Securities Litigation and Enforcement Group at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP, and is a leading trial lawyer and litigator. He has handled complex litigations for some of the world's largest companies and has significant experience representing boards of directors on corporate governance issues and special committees in internal investigations.

Reviews for Corporate Internal Investigations: An International Guide

Review from previous edition Here is a book by two leading lawyers in the field, which manages to combine a pithy, business-driven explanation of what such investigations are, together with rigorous coverage of the main laws and rules that operate in nine leading jurisdictions Global Forensics, February 2009 This is an authoritative text to have for a comprehensive understanding of the pitfalls and challenges associated with internal investigations across the world Peter Yeoh, Business Law Review ...the book's practical approach, comprehensive sweep, and exquisite timeliness-not to mention, at 728 pages, its enourmous heft- will render it an invaluable tool as the phenomenon of corporate internal investigations takes over the world Michael R. Young, New York Law Journal


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