People News: senior DOJ official rejoins Jenner & Block

In the latest people news roundup, home exercise equipment company Peleton has recruited an in-house investigations lawyer from Uber, and Jenner & Block has re-hired a high-ranking DOJ official.

US regulators issue $1.8 billion in fines over personal messaging usage

The SEC has announced a “first-of-its-kind group resolution” against 11 financial institutions for breaching rules governing the use of personal devices at work.

Oracle reaches second FCPA settlement with SEC

The SEC accused the multinational technology company of using slush funds to bribe officials in India, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates.

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Former DOJ trial attorney appointed deputy general counsel at OnlyFans

Nikhila Raj has joined the subscription-based content platform after five years at the DOJ.

Heightened crypto sanctions concerns are misplaced, experts say

While the cryptocurrency sector is under an enforcement microscope amid sanctions on Russia, the industry feels it has an unfair target on its back.

Commerce Department "reaching out" to companies over Russia, says BIS head

Matt Axelrod said the Bureau of Industry and Security is getting in touch with certain companies to make sure they’re complying with new Russia export controls.

Cognizant deputy GC to join Unisys

The information technology company has hired Claudius Sokenu, a former SEC lawyer with extensive experience advising large businesses on FCPA investigations, to lead the company’s legal, ethics and compliance functions.

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