29 March 2017
Eletrobras, Brazil’s state-controlled electricity company, is looking to hire an American law firm to help patch up its compliance programme, after an internal probe found evidence of bribery.
16 March 2017
In pre-trial litigation with two former Magyar Telekom executives, the SEC has revealed how one executive, faced with an internal investigation by White & Case, downloaded software called “AbsoluteShield File Shredder”.
13 March 2017
Facing a civil trial scheduled for May, the former CEO of Magyar Telekom, Elek Straub, has agreed to settle Foreign Corrupt Practices Act charges with the SEC, subject to confirmation from the commission.
24 February 2017
Two former Magyar Telekom executives facing trial over civil FCPA charges are fighting to block the SEC from using as evidence interview memoranda produced by White & Case lawyers over 10 years ago during an internal investigation.
30 June 2016
A round-up of the latest people news, including US government lawyers landing private practice roles in New York and DC, and promotions at Baker & McKenzie.
27 May 2016
On 24 May lawyers and in-house counsel from around Asia gathered for GIR Live in Singapore. Here is a selection of pictures from the day.
13 May 2016
Join representatives from Deutsche Bank, GSK, Unilever and many more for a half-day conference exploring anti-bribery enforcement in south-east Asia and strategic considerations to make when carrying out internal investigations in Indonesia, at GIR Live Singapore on 24 May.
05 February 2016
A round-up of the latest people news, including a new investigations partner at Baker Botts and a white-collar exodus at Schiff Hardin.
25 January 2016
An expanded list of the lawyers representing the companies and key individuals caught up in Brazil’s widening corruption investigation into state-controlled oil company Petrobras.
17 December 2015
Like dying twin stars collapsing into black holes, Eletrobras -- Brazil's state-controlled electricity utility; and Petrobras, its state-controlled oil company -- are at the center of explosive bribery, kickback and price-fixing allegations that now threaten Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff's hold on power.
Global Investigations Review is pleased to announce the GIR Live Webinar, to be held on Tuesday, 30 May 2017 at 15.30 GMT.
Global Investigations Review is pleased to announce a major international conference to be held in London. Thursday, 27 April 2017.
William Long and Michele Tagliaferri
Oliver Powell and Saaman Pourghadiri
Outer Temple Chambers
Andrew Thornton-Dibb and David Kirk
McGuireWoods London LLP
Trench Rossi Watanabe