Topic: Data processing

Law firm targets Dutch authorities over alleged privilege breaches

Two groups representing Dutch criminal defence lawyers have joined law firm Stibbe in a civil case over alleged infringements of confidential communications between lawyers and their clients.

04 February 2022

Q&A with former DOJ prosecutor Sujit Raman

Former senior DOJ prosecutor Sujit Raman, now at Sidley Austin in Washington, DC, spoke to GIR about the increasing national security dimension to US corporate crime enforcement and the impact of emerging technology on white-collar investigations.

16 December 2021

SFO “learning the lessons” from Serco trial collapse

SFO director Lisa Osofsky said her agency “could have done things differently and better” in the failed prosecution of former executives of UK outsourcing company Serco.

03 November 2021

NCA plans to boost UK Financial Intelligence Unit's resources

16 September 2021

DOJ staff struggling to deal with weight of foreign evidence requests

The international affairs office of the DOJ’s criminal division says that it doesn’t have enough resources to deal with its backlog of mutual legal assistance cases.

23 July 2021

FCA chief: investigations facing increasing data challenges

15 July 2021

Credit Suisse fined $1.5 million for data reporting failures

28 June 2021

French central bank fines retail lender for AML breaches

14 May 2021

BNP Paribas subsidiary fined for anti-money laundering failures

France’s central bank said the company’s use of faulty anti-money laundering software hampered its efforts to spot potentially illicit funds.

05 May 2021

HSBC agrees to hand over documents to Huawei in Hong Kong

12 April 2021

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