Region: Poland

Poland publishes draft corporate criminal liability bill with DPA provision

30 May 2018

IBA Krakow: Poland may introduce DPAs

The Polish government is considering whether to introduce DPA-style settlements to allow companies that self-report misconduct and pay a 3 million Polish złoty fine to resolve bribery matters.

18 May 2018

OECD: Poland must “urgently” reform anti-bribery laws

23 March 2018

UK authorities join long list of agencies investigating Uber

30 November 2017

Polish corruption watchdog to examine cancelled Airbus deal worth US$3.4 billion

21 October 2016

Poland ushers in tough tax evasion laws

18 July 2016

ECJ fails to clarify double jeopardy rules

A ruling by Europe’s top court will give authorities in 26 countries a green light to routinely question other Schengen member states' criminal investigations, lawyers say.

06 July 2016

FTC and DoJ fraud department join Volkswagen probe

The US Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Michigan, the US Federal Trade Commission and the US Department of Justice’s fraud section has joined the investigation into Volkswagen in the US, according to reports.

16 October 2015

US Volkswagen chief admits prior knowledge of emissions problem

The chief and president of Volkswagen US, Michael Horn, has said he knew that some of Volkswagen’s cars had software that could possibly breach emission rules, according to reports.

08 October 2015

Poland: competition and corruption enforcers should cooperate

The president of Poland’s Office of Competition and Consumer Protection has called for greater cooperation between competition authorities and corruption prosecutors to tackle bid-rigging in public procurement.

11 May 2015

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