Region: Austria

Airbus CEO hits back over Austria fraud investigation

28 April 2017

Airbus CEO under investigation in Austrian Eurofighter probe

26 April 2017

Austrian opposition may seek fresh parliamentary inquiry into Eurofighter jet deal

01 March 2017

The good, the bad and the ugly: tell GIR about the enforcers you work with

GIR wants to hear your views on the due process policies and procedures of the government enforcement agencies and prosecutor’s offices you work with every day. The deadline for the 2017 Due Process Guide survey has been extended to 10 February.

03 February 2017

Austrian politician brings human rights challenge over 800-page indictment

A Vienna court has rejected a request from defendants in a multibillion-euro corruption case who want more than two weeks to respond to a lengthy indictment that took two years to draft. A separate constitutional challenge continues.

26 August 2016

Austria court refuses to consider Firtash extradition treaty petition

24 August 2016

Austria’s public prosecutors (APP)

Featured in The Due Process Guide 2016

02 June 2016

Wolf Theiss investigations lawyer quits firm

White-collar crime lawyer Bettina Knötzl, who has been at Wolf Theiss in Vienna since 1993, is leaving the firm.

03 December 2015

Hungarian oil executive escapes German bribery arrest on double jeopardy grounds

Croatia’s main anti-corruption enforcer has questioned Austria and Germany’s decision to ignore a European arrest warrant against the chairman of Hungary’s state-energy company MOL, who is accused of paying millions of euros in bribes.

05 November 2015

EU court to decide whether US/EU data transfer is invalid on 6 October

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) will rule on 6 October whether data can be transferred across the Atlantic under the Safe Harbour Agreement between the EU and the US.

30 September 2015

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