February 13, 2019, GIR
The head of Shell’s global antitrust team, Anne Riley, will step down at the end of February after 35 years as a practising lawyer. She spoke to GIR’s sister publication Global Competition Review about the relentless march of technology and the legacy she will leave behind at Shell.
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.
April 24, 2018, GIR
SFO case controller John Gibson, who led the authority’s high-profile privilege challenge against mining company ENRC, speaks to GIR about whether the decision had a chilling effect on internal investigations, the importance of international cooperation and the need to think about how to present complex financial cases to juries.
October 26, 2017, GIR
Adam Hickey, the deputy assistant attorney general at the US Department of Justice’s national security division, talks to GIR about the DOJ’s cybersecurity priorities under Donald Trump and how companies should handle cyberattacks
August 01, 2017, GIR
The DOJ's former compliance counsel speaks to GIR about the very best and the very worst things she's seen from companies during her time at the criminal division's fraud section.
July 18, 2017, GIR
Denis Desnoyers, the head of criminal operations for the National Division at the RCMP, discusses processes to resolve blanket privilege claims, interactions between RCMP investigators and Canada’s prosecutorial body, and how the police may act to help limit costs for companies under investigation.
May 11, 2017, GIR
GIR speaks to WilmerHale partners Boyd Johnson and Stephen Pollard about how the firm’s investigations practice has developed over the past five years, and how Johnson and Pollard foresee the law and practice of investigations taking shape over the next five years.
January 18, 2017, GIR
Claudio Mascotto, a senior prosecutor at the Office of the Geneva Attorney General, talks to GIR about his office’s investigation into billionaire mining magnate Beny Steinmetz, the difficulty of conducting cross border investigations and a controversial Swiss Supreme Court decision in October 2016 that stripped external counsel of privilege protections during bank investigations.
December 02, 2016, GIR
Several months into his new role as partner at Latham & Watkins, Stuart Alford QC, the Serious Fraud Office’s former joint head of fraud, discusses whether “the revolving door” exists in the UK, the attraction of working for a US firm in London and his practice before and after the SFO.
June 02, 2016, GIR
In an interview with GIR, Marianne Djupesland, the head of corruption at Norway’s prosecution authority Økokrim rejects Transparency International’s 2015 criticisms that the country has a “moderate enforcement rate” and reiterates that companies do not have to waive privilege to be seen as cooperative – despite practitioners telling GIR otherwise.