November 20, 2019, GIR
The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is requesting expanded powers to investigate and recover profits from criminal misuse of data.
November 14, 2019, GIR
The World Bank has debarred Portuguese engineering and architecture consultant PROCESL for its conduct on an infrastructure project in Brazil.
November 13, 2019, JUST SANCTIONS
A Chinese engineer has pleaded guilty in the US to stealing “next generation battery technology” from Houston-based energy company Phillips 66.
November 12, 2019, GIR
German lawyers are concerned that a proposed German corporate criminal liability law does not go far enough in protecting attorney-client communications.
November 08, 2019, JUST SANCTIONS
A US aviation company has been slapped with a sanctions fine for failing to track the whereabouts of engines it leased in the UAE.
November 07, 2019, GIR
Mexico’s parliament has voted in favour of allowing the country’s finance ministry to blacklist individuals suspected of money laundering and other financial crimes.
November 06, 2019, JUST SANCTIONS
Lawyers for Turkey's state-owned Halkbank have asked a US federal court for permission to challenge a DOJ indictment without acknowledging receipt of it.
November 06, 2019, GIR
Photos from GIR Live Frankfurt on 5 November 2019, chaired by Martina de Lind van Wijngaarden of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Thomas Schürrle of Debevoise & Plimpton.
November 05, 2019, GIR
The SFO will not be forced to wait until the conclusion of a civil suit brought by ENRC to charge the Kazakh mining company in a long-running bribery probe, a London court has ruled.
November 01, 2019, GIR
Global Investigations Review is pleased to present GIR Just Sanctions, a new section of the website and newsletter focused on high-stakes sanctions investigations and enforcement.