Topic: Corporate liability

Spain investigating Repsol chairman in spying case

15 April 2021

Rio Tinto and SEC spar over expert witnesses in Mozambique fraud case

The US securities regulator and Anglo-Australian mining company Rio Tinto are attempting to strike out each other’s expert witnesses ahead of a fraud trial linked to a Mozambique coal mine.

13 April 2021

SFO opens fraud probe into companies behind car leasing investment scheme

The agency is investigating Raedex Consortium, which entered administration in March shortly after an FCA order to halt regulated activities over serious concerns about its finances.

09 April 2021

ABN Amro’s Dutch money laundering settlement draws nearer

09 April 2021

Ex-Serco executive alleges SFO case against him “doesn’t make sense”

The counsel for a former operations manager at Serco has argued in a London court that the SFO’s fraud allegations against his client are illogical and unfair.

07 April 2021

SEC seeks appeal of Rio Tinto ruling before trial starts

30 March 2021

The Bolloré case: Inconsistent justice is no justice at all

It’s time to address the need for holistic resolution to corporate crimes, Paul Hastings lawyers Jonathan Pickworth, Nicola Bonucci, Jo Dimmock and Vivian Fischer argue.

26 March 2021

US safety regulator interviews fire safety whistleblower in Tesla probe

23 March 2021

Coinbase settles CFTC probe into trading data errors

22 March 2021

US court allows ex-Citi trader lawsuit to proceed

London-based former Citi trader Rohan Ramchandani has reasonable grounds for his claims that the bank orchestrated an elaborate plan to let him take the fall for any alleged wrongdoing, a New York judge said.

12 March 2021

Get unlimited access to all Global Investigations Review content