February 05, 2019, GIR
A Canadian court has convicted UK national Shailesh Govindia and US national Robert Barra in connection with a failed scheme to bribe Air India officials.
January 29, 2019, GIR
US authorities have lambasted Huawei for its “blatant disregard” of US law in a series of sweeping indictments against the world’s largest telecoms equipment company.
January 28, 2019, Just Anti-Corruption
The DOJ has changed tack after it lost a privilege battle last year. Lawyers say the implications for corporate cooperation are profound.
January 28, 2019, GIR
German national and former investment manager Dirk Brauer was extradited from France to Germany on 24 January in connection with a money laundering investigation stemming from the Panama Papers data leak.
January 23, 2019, GIR
Following the conclusion of the Tesco accounting fraud trial, the defendants' lawyers speak out about the “fundamental unfairness” of the DPA process.
January 18, 2019, Just Anti-Corruption
Following Skadden Arps’ unusual settlement over failing to register as a foreign agent, lawyers say firms will have to “think long and hard” about the line between lobbying and legal advice.
January 08, 2019, Just Anti-Corruption
Former DOJ senior officials who worked on the Yates memo say recent modifications to the policy will mean little for criminal cases but will bring more meaningful changes to civil investigations.
December 20, 2018, Just Anti-Corruption
The new US get-tough approach to China has caused some lawyers to question whether the FCPA will soon be wielded to advance political and national security goals.
December 19, 2018, GIR
The conviction means all the results of the SFO’s prosecution of Alstom’s subsidiaries Alstom Network UK and Alstom Power and several former executives can now be reported.
December 06, 2018, Just Anti-Corruption
A German engineering company with a spotty compliance record has aggressively challenged its corporate monitor, a whistleblower and its own anti-corruption investigators. In a new era of light-touch enforcement, will the DOJ release Bilfinger from foreign bribery oversight anyway?