Cyril Magnien

Cyril Magnien


Can the EU counteract reinforced US anti-corruption laws?

In June 2021, the US government issued a National Security Study Memorandum which defines corruption as a major threat to US national security. Considering that bribery and corruption have a negative impact on the world’s GDP by 2% to 5%, the current US administration is willing to raise corruption to a major stake, not only for national security, but also for […]

Whistleblower protection: from EU Directive to Luxembourg law

Here in Luxembourg, the transposition of EU Directive 2019/1937 on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law (whistleblowers) is still in progress. EU member states have until 17 December 2021 to implement this directive into their national legislations. Until today, Luxembourg law has provided limited protection to whistleblowers (unless the […]
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