Daily Archives: August 30, 2017, 8:04 am

Mapping Types of Shareholder Lawsuits Across Jurisdictions

I recently posted my book chapter, Mapping Types of Shareholder Lawsuits across Jurisdictions (forthcoming in the Research Handbook on Shareholder Litigation, edited by Jessica Erickson, Sean Griffith, David Webber and Verity Winship) on SSRN. When corporate law scholars explore shareholder litigation abroad, they often start by looking for types of shareholder litigation familiar from the US. In particular, scholarship often…

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US DOJ looking at whether Uber violated foreign bribery laws – Business Insider

The US Department of Justice is looking into whether Uber violated laws involving the bribery of foreign officials, the company confirmed to Business Insider on Tuesday. The DOJ is examining allegations that Uber, the privately-held ride-hailing giant, may have violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. The law makes it illegal for individuals and organizations to pay foreign government officials in order…

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