June 13, 2019, GIR
The Competition Tribunal of South Africa has ruled it does not have jurisdiction over nine financial entities, including JPMorgan, that are accused of rigging foreign exchange rates.
June 04, 2019, GIR
Experienced female investigations practitioners will take cente stage at GIR’s 2nd annual Women in Investigations conference on 12 June. The event is open to all and will feature lively discussions on matters at the forefront of international investigations.
May 30, 2019, GIR
The UK’s anti-corruption champion, John Penrose MP, has implored the US government to follow the example set across the Atlantic and implement a beneficial ownership register.
May 29, 2019, GIR
After a two-year hiatus, former US attorney general Loretta Lynch joins Paul Weiss.
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 16, 2019, GIR
Photos from the fourth annual GIR Live DC, held at Covington & Burling on 15 May and chaired by Lawrence Urgenson of Mayer Brown and Kathryn Cameron Atkinson of Miller & Chevalier.
May 15, 2019, GIR
Two scheduled trials against individuals charged for violating the Foreign Agents Registration Act will test the historically underutilised law.
May 02, 2019, GIR
The UK’s financial regulator is examining 11 sanctions cases as the UK corporate community waits to see if there will be tough enforcement in the area.
May 02, 2019, GIR
An arbitration award worth $2 billion that made findings of corruption in a dispute over an iron-ore mining project in Guinea has become public after being submitted to the US courts for enforcement.
May 01, 2019, GIR
The US Treasury is targeting industries that haven’t traditionally been penalised for sanctions violations to spread the message that no-one is safe.