Olgu Kama recently moderated a panel entitled “Judiciary in the Fight against Corruption” which was organized by Transparency International Turkey.
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Airbus' sky-high settlement - Focus on global reach and collaboration in anti-corruption prosecutions
France, the United Kingdom, and the United States announced a settlement with Airbus SE (Airbus), the French aircraft manufacturer, in relation to bribery allegations and, in the US and France, export control v
Introduction - ESG is No Longer Optional
The first chapter of the “Understanding ESG Series,” examines the background and importance of the ESG concept.
New Turkish E-commerce Trust Badge in Use
The Communique on the E-Commerce Trust Badge, which has been in force since June 2017, now bears fruit: The first batch of online businesses start placing the trust badge on their websites in January 2020.
FinTech in Turkey: Overview
This Q&A is part of the global guide to FinTech.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak: legal exposure for corporates
Many of our clients will be impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19). Delays and disruptions caused by fears about the virus have the potential to have major impacts on manufacturing and supply chains.
Turkey takes the winding road to solar success
While it could be one of the world’s leaders in solar power, Turkey has still not fully tapped its potential ...
Preparation of data inventory
According to Regulation on Data Controller Registry (the “Regulation”), data controllers who are required to register with VERBİS (the data controllers’ registry system) must keep a data inventory
Data breach notification under Turkish law
Under Turkish data protection rules, data controllers (including foreign data controllers) must notify the data subjects and the Data Protection Authority (the “DPA”) as soon as possible
Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index of 2019 is released
Each year Transparency International (“TI”) scores countries and territories on how corrupt their public sectors are perceived to be.