April 17, 2020, JUST SANCTIONS
The Netherlands’ lead sanctions prosecutor spoke to GIR about its major investigation, the uptick in enforcement and how her team wants to work with the private sector.
April 16, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
Vinson & Elkins’ Ephraim Wernick, Palmina Fava, Ronald Tenpas, Conrad Bolston and Peter Thomas say the criminal fraud section’s decision to release the names of active monitors is a welcome development. But they argue that more transparency is needed.
March 23, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
The DOJ is investigating a corruption scheme tied to PDVSA’s joint ventures with major international companies, court documents show.
March 19, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
Working from home, prosecutors and defence attorneys face a new reality as video calls can’t quite replicate what has always been an “in-person sport”.
March 19, 2020, GIR
The UK’s financial authority is investigating only a handful of alleged spoofing cases despite an apparent increase in enforcement across the Atlantic.
February 27, 2020, GIR
The Johnson government has signalled its intention to opt out of a convention that allows European countries to arrest suspects on the UK’s behalf.
February 26, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
The sudden departure of Pascale Dubois in November is emblematic of problems at the organisation’s enforcement arm.
February 21, 2020, JUST SANCTIONS
An analysis of all lawsuits filed against companies for trafficking in seized Cuban property reveals the industries most at risk of being sued.
January 29, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
Federal prosecutors in Maryland appear deeply concerned about a recent Fourth Circuit decision over the government’s use of filter teams that could “seriously disrupt” criminal investigations.
January 10, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
The investigative arm of US immigration agency ICE is taking on more foreign bribery cases every year, according to a special agent and data from a Freedom of Information Act request.