With increasing globalization, the risk of overseas corporate scandals is also drastically increasing. Once such a scandal occurs, the company concerned can face great difficulties, such as huge monetary sanctions, the imprisonment of its employees or directors in a foreign country, as well as grave reputational damage, which might even endanger its existence.
We have considerable experience in handling these types of matters, including providing advice on legal mutual assistance and extradition, by making use of our global legal network with law firms all over the world.
Nishimura Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (NIALS) Report by the CLOUD Act Study Group - Analysis on Legal Issues and Proposals on Data Held by Companies and Investigations -Others
Issues with the negotiation system introduced by the revised Code of Criminal ProcedureArticles
Anti-bribery and Relevant Regulations in Public Procurement in ThailandCorporate Crisis Management Newsletter
Corporate Crisis Management Newsletter (February 2020) Franchise Guidelines under Thailand’s Updated Trade Competition ActCorporate Crisis Management Newsletter
Corporate Crisis Management Newsletter (December 2019) Nishimura & Asahi has acquired Thailand’s SCL GroupCorporate Crisis Management Newsletter