November 03, 2014, GIR
Scott Muller, Angela Burgess and John Banes at Davis Polk & Wardwell led negotiations on behalf of Siemens in the company’s 2008 FCPA settlement with the US government. Here, they talk to David Vascott about how that settlement was reached.
October 28, 2014, GIR
The SEC’s US$5.1 million FCPA settlement with drilling company Layne Christensen is “concrete evidence” of the advantages of cooperation, lawyers say.
October 24, 2014, GIR
Carrying out internal corporate investigations to meet the demands of US enforcement agencies risks stepping on the toes of authorities elsewhere, many of whom view such practices with suspicion. David Vascott in Tokyo.
October 23, 2014, GIR
An English court has refused to compensate an Innospec competitor after he failed to prove that Innospec won contracts because of alleged corruption, but the decision may nonetheless spur more parties who suffer loss resulting from bribery to seek damages.
October 17, 2014, GIR
Evidence from investigations around Latin America suggests that the extractive, utilities and health sectors are among those most vulnerable to corruption, says James Koukios, senior deputy chief of the fraud section in the criminal division of the US Department of Justice.
October 09, 2014, GIR
The criminal and antitrust divisions of the US Department of Justice are cooperating more closely than ever, especially on market manipulation and rate-rigging cases. But with different – and at times inconsistent – policies and practices, what does that mean for companies unfortunate enough to rouse the interest of both sections at once? Veterans of both divisions, Thomas Barnett, Lanny Breuer, Deborah Garza, Mythili Raman and Phillip Warren, explain.
October 08, 2014, GIR
GSK’s internal probe of bribery allegations in the UAE, revealed on 7 October, could be hampered by complex local data protection and privilege laws, and could trigger local enforcement action, say lawyers with knowledge of the country.
October 06, 2014, GIR
Following his speech at GIR Live New York, principal deputy assistant attorney general Marshall Miller of the US Department of Justice talked to David Vascott about the criminal division’s enforcement priorities.
September 24, 2014, GIR
Balancing the conflicting perspectives and expectations in cross-border investigations is a demanding task. At GIR Live New York on 17 September, panellists discussed how to bridge the gaps.
September 18, 2014, GIR
The US Department of Justice will continue to focus on prosecuting individuals, the principal deputy assistant attorney general for the criminal division, Marshall Miller, said on Wednesday at GIR Live in New York.