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The owner of a Vienna bank targeted by multiple fraud investigations has lodged what is thought to be the first-ever investment treaty claim against Austria.
05 August 2015
According to reports, new EU draft laws, published on 8 July, designed to combat tax evasion and avoidance will require large companies with subsidiaries in the EU to declare the profit they make and the taxes they pay in each country.
10 July 2015
After months of deliberation, Austria’s Constitutional Court said on 2 April that it is lawful for courts to appoint expert witnesses who previously helped prosecutors investigate the case under trial.
08 April 2015
Judges in Austria are increasingly taking companies’ compliance efforts into account, says Heidemarie Paulitsch, speaking to GIR a few days after she’d been promoted to counsel at Austrian firm Schönherr.
25 March 2015
The Constitutional Court of Austria is considering whether specialists with close ties to prosecutors should act as expert witnesses in cases.
24 March 2015
Two former executives of the banknote printing unit of Austria’s central bank were sentenced to two-year suspended sentences by Vienna’s criminal court on 4 October, after they admitted bribing officials in Syria and Azerbaijan, Bloomberg reports.
09 October 2014
The Vienna public prosecution authority has terminated its investigation of a senior US diplomat and his wife, a case that was part of a wider US money-laundering probe, according to a lawyer for the couple.
17 September 2014
The regional high court in Vienna lifted a freeze on bank deposits held by the wife of a former US diplomat who is being investigated for money laundering. According to reports, the court said Austrian prosecutors, who were responding to a US Department of Justice request for legal assistance, had overstepped their authority.
15 September 2014
Four defendants accused of bribery and breaching their fiduciary duty have agreed with Munich prosecutors to pay a penalty to end criminal proceedings early, just weeks after Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone did the same.
26 August 2014
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