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Former Telia execs acquitted in bribery case

The ruling means Sweden cannot collect its $208.5 million share of the $965 million trilateral settlement Telia entered into in September 2017.

OFAC attracts attention with North Korean eyelash case

A little-known US cosmetics company’s unwitting importation of eyelash kits from North Korea led to, what lawyers have labelled, a “shot across the bow” punishment from OFAC.

Ex-Deutsche Bank anti-bribery head moves to investigations consultancy

K2 Intelligence has hired Michelle Goodsir as a managing director in its regulatory compliance practice in New York.

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DOJ declines to prosecute Cognizant, charges C-suite execs

US authorities have charged Cognizant’s former president and former chief legal officer for their alleged role in a scheme to bribe Indian officials. The information technology company, meanwhile, avoided criminal charges in a resolution with US authorities.

Cobalt settlement gets green light

A Houston federal court has approved a bribery-linked class action settlement worth an initial $173.8 million between disgruntled investors and an oil exploration company.

Tesco document disclosure ruling will make parties “think twice” about cooperating with SFO

A UK judge’s decision to force retailer Tesco to hand over documents in a civil case that it obtained from the SFO in a separate criminal matter may make third parties hesitate before voluntarily disclosing material to the authority, lawyers say.

OFAC attracts attention with North Korean eyelash case

A little-known US cosmetics company’s unwitting importation of eyelash kits from North Korea led to, what lawyers have labelled, a “shot across the bow” punishment from OFAC.

An interview with Anne Riley

The head of Shell’s global antitrust team, Anne Riley, will step down at the end of February after 35 years as a practising lawyer. She spoke to GIR’s...

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Money laundering crackdown has not reached the UK

The UK’s resource-strapped authorities aren’t equipped to tackle the vast swathe of money laundering cases that aren’t large enough to be handled by the UK Serious Fraud Office.

An interview with Anne Riley

The head of Shell’s global antitrust team, Anne Riley, will step down at the end of February after 35 years as a practising lawyer. She spoke to GIR’s...

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