When should anti-corruption compliance use machine learning?

An anti-corruption non-profit has published guidance aimed at helping companies answer that question.

People News: former Hong Kong SFC official leaves Clifford Chance

In the latest people news round-up, a former senior official at Hong Kong’s securities regulator has left Clifford Chance for a local firm, and four firms have hired outgoing US attorneys.

First Circuit hears arguments on FCPA retrial ruling

While the DOJ said a federal judge unfairly overturned a verdict in a Haitian bribery case, the defence said the trial was completely skewed when a lawyer “all but gave up”.

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When should anti-corruption compliance use machine learning?

An anti-corruption non-profit has published guidance aimed at helping companies answer that question.

Spain grants legal privilege to in-house lawyers

Spain has introduced an amendment that grants protections to in-house lawyers’ communications under legal professional privilege in certain circumstances.

Iron Mountain appoints Brown Rudnick partner as compliance chief

The information management company has turned to an experienced anti-corruption lawyer to lead its compliance team.

Philips appoints compliance reviewer in Brazil

Brazilian prosecutors have appointed a Big Four accounting firm to oversee the compliance programme of Dutch multinational Philips following an $11.6 million bribery settlement.

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