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Transparency International’s 2018 Progress Report is an independent assessment of the enforcement of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Anti-Bribery Convention, which requires parties to criminalise bribery of foreign public officials and introduce related measures.
Aleksandra Stępniewska from the business crime practice, together with Prof. Adam Łazowski from the University of Westminster, will conduct a course organised for Latvian judges by the Court Administration of Latvia in cooperation with the Academy of European Law (ERA).
The Litigation Academy is a series of workshops designed for students in their last years of legal education and recent graduates now training for the profession. During the workshops experienced litigators will share with participants knowledge and skills in working with the client, the court, and teams of specialists from various fields and jurisdictions.
The court has cleared a news photographer reporting on protests in the Białowieża Forest in eastern Poland in 2017, who was charged with violating the ban on entering the forest and refusing to leave at the request of an authorised person. Wardyński & Partners defended the case pro bono in cooperation with the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights.