January 08, 2020, GIR
Former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn has accused Latham & Watkins of colluding with Japanese prosecutors at his first public appearance since becoming an international fugitive.
January 06, 2020, GIR
The UK’s financial regulatory body is investigating a “huge” number of individuals for alleged misconduct but only a small fraction of cases focus on senior executives.
December 18, 2019, Just Anti-Corruption
The criminal division toned down diversity language previously included in monitorship agreements, prompting white-collar lawyers to voice concern.
December 18, 2019, GIR
The man who blew the whistle on alleged corruption at Iceland’s biggest fisheries company has said that bribery payments may have doubled after he left the organisation.
December 02, 2019, Just Anti-Corruption
Veon’s chief compliance officer talks to GIR about how the telecoms company successfully completed its three-year foreign bribery monitorship.
November 27, 2019, Just Anti-Corruption
After the DOJ secured a monumental win in its case against Lawrence Hoskins, GIR unspools how both sides wrangled at trial over a term the defence believed to be its silver bullet.
November 21, 2019, GIR
With its active enforcement and untarnished reputation, Brazil’s CGU may now be the first port of call for foreign authorities investigating Brazilian companies.
November 01, 2019, GIR
A former SFO lawyer has said the DOJ’s bribery charges against Unaoil’s two most senior executives show the UK must ask itself if it wants to become a “subservient jurisdiction” to the US.
October 31, 2019, Just Anti-Corruption
A WilmerHale partner is serving as the monitor for German dialysis maker Fresenius following the company’s FCPA settlement earlier this year. The pick is one of several recent appointments that suggest efforts are being made to address an apparent bias in monitor selections.
October 24, 2019, Just Anti-Corruption
New guidance on how the DOJ approaches companies’ inability-to-pay claims coupled with a rise in multilateral enforcement actions could lead to more businesses arguing that they are too poor to pay proposed fines.