DOJ to distribute $92 Million to victims of Fifa corruption

The US Department of Justice will distribute $92 million to the Federation Internationale de Football Association (Fifa) and two other soccer confederations to compensate victims of a massive Fifa corruption scheme.

Dutch Supreme Court lays out privilege rules for foreign in-house counsel

Legal experts in the Netherlands have said that recent guidance by the Supreme Court on when foreign in-house lawyers can claim legal privilege leaves questions unanswered about the scope of materials that …

BIS officially ends ‘no admit, no deny settlements’, plans tougher penalties

The agency has implemented new policies to step up its enforcement of the most serious export control violations in response to unprecedented national security threats from Russia and China.

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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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