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Professional Secrecy of Lawyers in Europe

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    Jean-Pierre Buyle, Dirk Van Gerven, Georges-Albert Dal, Michael Kutschera, Kina Chuturkova, Raina Dimitrova, Mihail Vishanin, Alexandros Tsadiras, Petr Cáp, Lars Bo Langsted, Katrin Kose, Petri Taivalkoski, Aini Juopperi, Sabine Du Granrut, Christian Dahns, Johannes Keller, Ilias Tompaidis, Konstantinos Voulgarakis, János Bánáti, Ólafur Arinbjörn Sigurosson, Sindri Guojónsson, Liam Kennedy, Sarah Conroy, Antonella Brambilla, Egils Radzins, Mario Frick, Akvile Bosaite, Karina Kuizinaite, Marc Thewes, Max Ganado, Christine Borg, Thomas Cutts-Watson, Fokke Fernhout, John Christian Elden, Wojciech Marchwicki, Marek Nieduzak, Ana Cristina Delgado, Gabriela Cacerea, Anca Mihailescu, Jozef Olej, Natasa Pipan Nahtigal, Tjasa Lahovnik, Nielson Sánchez Stewart, Henrik Fieber, Minna Sjöstrand, Claudio Bazzani, Roman Richers, Ronnie Fox, Shira Auerbach, Shirley Blair, Kirsteen Macdonald
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    • Date Published: May 2013
    • availability: In stock
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107031630

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    • This book examines the lawyer's duty of professional secrecy (also known as the attorney-client privilege) in the twenty-seven Member States of the European Union, the three Member States of the European Economic Area, and Switzerland. It provides valuable information for those working on transactions or litigations which involve several countries – they can use this book to find out to what extent any information shared with or any advice received from a lawyer is protected in each of these countries.

      • Covers every jurisdiction in the European Union, the European Economic Area and Switzerland
      • Each report is presented identically in order to help readers compare jurisdictions
      • Contains a general report on European law
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      • Date Published: May 2013
      • format: Hardback
      • isbn: 9781107031630
      • length: 638 pages
      • dimensions: 235 x 155 x 36 mm
      • weight: 1.02kg
      • availability: In stock
    • Table of Contents

      Foreword Jean-Pierre Buyle and Dirk Van Gerven
      1. Professional secrecy in Europe Dirk Van Gerven
      2. The CCBE rules on professional secrecy Georges-Albert Dal
      3. Austria Michael Kutschera
      4. Belgium Dirk Van Gerven
      5. Bulgaria Kina Chuturkova, Raina Dimitrova and Mihail Vishanin
      6. Cyprus Alexandros Tsadiras
      7. Czech Republic Petr Cáp
      8. Denmark Lars Bo Langsted
      9. Estonia Katrin Kose
      10. Finland Petri Taivalkoski and Aini Juopperi
      11. France Sabine Du Granrut
      12. Germany Christian Dahns and Johannes Keller
      13. Greece Ilias Tompaidis and Konstantinos Voulgarakis
      14. Hungary János Bánáti
      15. Iceland Ólafur Arinbjörn Sigurosson and Sindri Guojónsson
      16. Ireland Liam Kennedy and Sarah Conroy
      17. Italy Antonella Brambilla
      18. Latvia Egils Radzins
      19. Liechtenstein Mario Frick
      20. Lithuania Akvile Bosaite and Karina Kuizinaite
      21. Luxembourg Marc Thewes
      22. Malta Max Ganado, Christine Borg and Thomas Cutts-Watson
      23. Netherlands Fokke Fernhout
      24. Norway John Christian Elden
      25. Poland Wojciech Marchwicki and Marek Nieduzak
      26. Portugal Ana Cristina Delgado
      27. Romania Gabriela Cacerea and Anca Mihailescu
      28. Slovakia Jozef Olej
      29. Slovenia Natasa Pipan Nahtigal and Tjasa Lahovnik
      30. Spain Nielson Sánchez Stewart
      31. Sweden Henrik Fieber and Minna Sjöstrand
      32. Switzerland Claudio Bazzani and Roman Richers
      33. United Kingdom Ronnie Fox, Shira Auerbach, Shirley Blair and Kirsteen Macdonald.

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      The Bar of Brussels
      Dirk Van Gerven is a partner in the Brussels office of NautaDutilh (a leading Benelux law firm) and a member of the Brussels and New York Bars. He has extensive experience in all areas of corporate and financial law. He served as President of the Dutch-speaking section of the Brussels Bar from 2010 to 2012 and has published widely in the fields of corporate and financial law and ethics. He has also been a member of the supervisory board of Belgium's Financial Services and Markets Authority (previously the Banking, Finance and Insurance Commission) since 2003, presiding over it since 2011.

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      Jean-Pierre Buyle, Dirk Van Gerven, Georges-Albert Dal, Michael Kutschera, Kina Chuturkova, Raina Dimitrova, Mihail Vishanin, Alexandros Tsadiras, Petr Cáp, Lars Bo Langsted, Katrin Kose, Petri Taivalkoski, Aini Juopperi, Sabine Du Granrut, Christian Dahns, Johannes Keller, Ilias Tompaidis, Konstantinos Voulgarakis, János Bánáti, Ólafur Arinbjörn Sigurosson, Sindri Guojónsson, Liam Kennedy, Sarah Conroy, Antonella Brambilla, Egils Radzins, Mario Frick, Akvile Bosaite, Karina Kuizinaite, Marc Thewes, Max Ganado, Christine Borg, Thomas Cutts-Watson, Fokke Fernhout, John Christian Elden, Wojciech Marchwicki, Marek Nieduzak, Ana Cristina Delgado, Gabriela Cacerea, Anca Mihailescu, Jozef Olej, Natasa Pipan Nahtigal, Tjasa Lahovnik, Nielson Sánchez Stewart, Henrik Fieber, Minna Sjöstrand, Claudio Bazzani, Roman Richers, Ronnie Fox, Shira Auerbach, Shirley Blair, Kirsteen Macdonald

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