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United States Foreign Corruption Act: An Extraterritorial Legislation to be Aware of

Like the Sarbannes Oxley Act of 2002, The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 (“FCPA”) was a reactionary legislation.

Herdem / 2019-06-10

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Corporate Governance and Technology Firms: A necessity or Burden?

Legislators generally designate corporate governance rules for public companies to ensure the protection of the shareholders and in some circumstance’s stakeholders. However, corporate governance may be substantial to the tech startups that in need of financing.

Herdem / 2019-05-24

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Whistleblowing in Turkey: A New Chapter Thanks to EU?

Turkish Law does not prescribe any specific rules regarding whistleblowing. Nonetheless, there are several rights and obligations prescribed under Turkish Law that may apply to whistleblowing cases.

Herdem / 2019-05-21

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Does Non-US Defense Companies Require to Comply with ITAR?

The short answer is “it depends”.

Herdem / 2019-05-20

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Post Reduction to Practice: Purchasing, Manufacturing and Distribution under Turkish Law

At the end of the research and development process, commercialization of the invention commences. Commercialization of such inventions are generally conducted through purchasing, manufacturing and distribution arrangements.

Herdem / 2019-05-13

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Convertible Bonds in Turkey: A Way for Equity Financing for Tech Startups?

Convertible bonds are debt securities that may be issued by a company. After the end of its maturity, the security holder has the right to convert the security into a stock of the company that issued the convertible bond.

Herdem / 2019-05-03

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