June 14, 2019, GIR
As a privilege dispute delays a corruption investigation into Shell, Dutch prosecutors have warned they will no longer be able to pursue large cases if current procedures to resolve such disagreements aren’t changed.
June 10, 2019, Just Anti-Corruption
Around nine years ago two former Big Law attorneys gambled on building their own FCPA whistleblower practice. Their bet may finally be about to pay off.
June 10, 2019, GIR
The online publication also claims to have obtained messages that show prosecutors were politically motivated to go after Lula to stop the ex-president from winning the 2018 election.
May 28, 2019, GIR
The European Court of Justice has found that the procedures that German public prosecutor’s offices use to issue European arrest warrants do not meet European standards, a decision that invalidates all EAWs issued by German public prosecutors.
May 23, 2019, GIR
Technology supplier Bosch agreed to pay a €90 million fine to settle a German emissions-related investigation into the company.
May 21, 2019, GIR
GIR speaks to lawyers about US District Judge Colleen McMahon’s comments that she was “deeply troubled” by the practice of outsourcing investigations to private law firms and their potential impact on how probes are structured in the future.
May 17, 2019, GIR
The president of Argentina’s financial information unit has said that a high-profile case that hit the headlines last year presents an opportunity for significant anti-corruption reforms in the country.
May 08, 2019, Just Anti-Corruption
As Peruvian authorities go after alleged key players in Odebrecht’s money laundering scheme, the US also makes a move – and angers a Miami defence lawyer in the process.
May 03, 2019, GIR
Lawyers GIR spoke to believe that Judge McMahon’s judgment will have a significant effect on the DOJ’s conduct and interaction with external counsel during investigations.
April 30, 2019, GIR
An investigation into Brazil’s largest iron producer over a dam collapse that caused over 200 deaths could see the company face far tougher penalties than those caught up in Operation Car Wash.