Dec. 19, 2019

Publications : Chronicles MAFR - Compliance Law

đź“ťLa cartographie des risques, centre du Droit de la Compliance (Risk Mapping, center of Compliance Law)

by Marie-Anne Frison-Roche

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Complète Reference : Frison-Roche, M.-A., ThĂ©orie juridique de la cartographie des risques, centre du Droit de la Compliance (Legal Theory of Risk Mapping, center of Compliance Law), D.2019, chronique Compliance, p. 


Summary : The act of mapping risks is not currently defined by Law. It is only described in special laws. While risks mapping is central to preventing in Ex Ante the occurrence of crises or behaviors from which the occurrence is excluded, no legal regime is available, due to the lack of a legal definition available. This legal definition is proposed here in 5 stages, starting from special laws and specific cases to go towards a general conception. Risk mapping then appears as a concern for others taken care of willingly or by force by crucial operators, through a new subjective right: the “right to be alarmed”, the map being the structural counterpart of the character of the whistleblower. Two articulated systems of Compliance Law.


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