...the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development traced...individuals in the organization such as...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
Governments are accusing tech giants such as Google and Amazon of incorporating themselves in low-tax countries so they can avoid paying hundreds of millions of dollars to countries such as Germany,
...principles outlined by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, offers law departments several key advantages, says...
...bribes paid on their behalf. Last year, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development issued 13 "good practices" for avoiding...
...just starting to flow. The leak has resulted in an environmental and economic disaster, ruining countless lives and businesses -- not to mention the havoc that...
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When counsel and courts are uneducated in the technical and financial challenges of data preservation there is no way to narrow preservation requests. Lawyers need to consider the reality of EDD cost
...Baer said. "In addition, many of our attorneys are involved in organizations, such as the Colorado...
The collision of the full pretrial disclosure philosophy of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the inexorable increase in the size of litigation case files (data sets) is driving up litigation
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Cross-border investigations tend to multiply the complex investigatory pitfalls a company faces. These include data privacy laws, attorney-client privilege, conflicting information technology platfor
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