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White-Collar Criminality in the EU in a Global Perspective

  • Challenges for Defence and Prosecution
  • Corruption in International Business Transactions
  • Corruption in Football

, 25 October 2012 – 26 October 2012
Languages:
(simultaneous interpretation)
Event number:
312DT100

Area of law:

Objective

This advanced training seminar aims to provide legal practitioners with updates on EU and international practice in fighting corruption, financial and economic crime, focusing on private-sector corruption in business and sports. 

Key topics

  • White-collar corruption (defence / prosecution)
  • The use of legal entities to conceal ownership and control of corrupt proceeds
  • Freezing and confiscation
  • Prosecuting football corruption (match-fixing)

Who should attend?

Judges, prosecutors, criminal defence lawyers and other private sector legal practitioners active in the detection and combat of white-collar criminality. 

Methodology

The programme will offer a mixture of training methods, varying from lectures to interactive workshops. 

Seminar fee and reimbursement

The project is co-financed by the European Commission under the “Prevention of and fight against crime“ programme (ISEC 2011). 

Seminar fee including documentation, coffee breaks, lunch and a joint dinner €105

2 nights accommodation (24-26 October 2012) will be reimbursed by ERA up to € 90 / night. Participants from Trier and Luxembourg region are not eligible for accommodation reimbursement.


Registration

The number of places for the seminar is limited. The places will be allocated among the eligible applicants on a first-come, first-served basis.


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Background Documentation
Documentation is available here for logged in participants at this event.

IMPORTANT NOTE


Important note
The project is co-financed by the European Commission under the “Prevention of and fight against crime“ programme (ISEC 2011).


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