February 01, 2019, GIR
Todd Braunstein is head of global investigations at Willis Towers Watson, a global risk management, broking, and consulting company. He talks to GIR about the move in-house from Big Law, and why most whistleblowers prefer to report internally and not to enforcement.
December 18, 2018, GIR
Former prosecutor Jason Cofield is director of compliance investigations at Fresenius Medical Care North America. He tells GIR about how the German-owned medical supplies company approaches whistleblowing and internal investigations.
September 10, 2018, Just Anti-Corruption
GIR Just Anti-Corruption talks to Matthew Frank, a veteran in-house counsel of two recent FCPA cases.
June 22, 2018, Just Anti-Corruption
The recently retired chief compliance officer of Panasonic Avionics, which in April resolved foreign bribery charges, talks to GIR Just Anti-Corruption about how he convinces a company’s top brass to invest in compliance.
June 15, 2018, Just Anti-Corruption
A four-year veteran of the DOJ’s Foreign Corrupt Practices Act unit is departing to work at Lockheed Martin’s corporate headquarters in Bethesda, according to two people familiar with the matter.
June 11, 2018, Just Anti-Corruption
Andrew Genser has left the partnership at Kirkland & Ellis to become general counsel at a US hedge fund.
April 30, 2018, GIR
Companies are increasingly finding themselves under scrutiny: from government enforcement actions, media probes, whistleblower claims and more. GIR invited six leading specialists to explore how firms should position themselves over the coming years to meet an increased demand for effective and prudent investigations.
February 08, 2018, Just Anti-Corruption
Casino company Las Vegas Sands’ former general counsel has joined Stroock, citing the firm’s commitment to keeping a lid on investigation costs as a key reason for the move.
February 05, 2018, GIR
Simpson Thacher has hired JPMorgan’s vice chairman, Stephen Cutler, as a partner in its litigation practice in New York.
January 26, 2018, GIR
Leading practitioners and senior in-house counsel discuss how best to prevent the costs of investigations from spiralling out of control, whether different fee arrangements can help and the pitfalls of using artificial intelligence