The third issue of the Interdisciplinary Journal Law and Organizations (RIDO) has been released: https://www.revue-rido.com. The work of this new issue is of high quality and allows constructive exchange between law researchers and / or from other disciplines. The Journal welcome papers in French or English.
These difficulties emerge when overcompliance is used without prior assessment.
✅ blocking all financial transactions with a sanctioned target regardless of humanitarian exemptions or scope
✅ deterring authorised transactions
✅ freezing assets not targeted by sanctions
✅ preventing individuals from opening or maintaining bank accounts (…).
🏦 This report lists a series of recommendations for banks and financial institutions (measured compliance and over-compliance exclusion, monitor the human rights impact of their sanctions compliance policy, free flow of payments for goods necessary to guarantee the basic needs, etc.).
This Research Handbook inspires a new vision of contracts, with practical illustrations of how they should be designed, rather than just drafted. The contributors offer a proactive approach, merged with innovative design, to show how contracts can be both user-friendly and legally functional.
Contributors: Emily Allbon, Vesa Annola, Camilla Baasch Andersen, Thomas D. Barton, Christopher W. Bauman, Marcelo Corrales Compagnucci, Tim Cummins, Mathilde François Da Rocha, Robert de Rooy, Mark Fenwick, Milva Finnegan, Helena Haapio, Vaula Haavisto, James G. Hazard, René Franz Henschel, Suvi Hirvonen-Ere, Anna Hurmerinta-Haanpää, Deepika Jeyakodi, Laura Kalliomaa-Puha, Anne Ketola, Merja Koskela, Su-Hsien Lee, Eliza Mik, Stefania Passera, Tuula Pere, Eliisa Pitkäsalo, Marie Potel-Saville, Beverly Rich, Mirjam E. Ros, Tarja Salmi-Tolonen, Wendy E. Wagner, Robert Waller, Libby Weber, Verity White, Christopher Williams
We are proud to announce that the world renowned professor of Law, Negotiation and Ethics, George Siedel has joined our Scientific board.
George Siedel is a chaired professor at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan. He has held visiting appointments at Berkeley, Cambridge, Harvard, and Stanford and was a Fulbright Distinguished Chair. In 2018, he received the Distinguished Career Achievement Award from the Academy of Legal Studies in Business in recognition of his research and teaching. He has authored books on law and competitive advantage, law and strategy, and proactive law.
Christophe Collard is a Professor of Law at EDHEC Business School. He is the co-director of the LL.M. “Law & Tax Management” and is in charge of the “Business Law & Management” track at EDHEC. He teaches Antitrust Law, Contract Law and Legal Management, delivering courses to a wide range of publics, with a real experience of teaching in foreign countries (Algeria, Italy, Poland). A member of the EDHEC Augmented Law Institute, Professor Collard maintains an active research agenda in the areas of Legal (Risk) Management and Compliance. He has presented numerous papers at French and international conferences and his research have appeared in a variety of academic and professional journals. He is the co-author of one of the best-selling books in France dedicated to the concept of “legal performance”.
Roquilly Christophe is Professor at EDHEC Business School where he is also the Director of the EDHEC Augmented Law Institute, and the Honorary Dean of Faculty. Christophe is a member of the Scientific Council of the Semaine Juridique Entreprise et Affaires (Law Journal, LexisNexis – Juriste d’entreprise Nexis), of the Scientific Council of the Business & Legal Forums, of the Advisory Board of the ECLA (European Company Lawyers Association) and of the EFMD Programme Accreditation Board. He is Vice-President of the Cercle de la Compliance.