Topic: Deferred prosecution agreement

Switzerland’s largest insurance company signs $77 million tax evasion DPA

Swiss Life Holding and three of its subsidiaries based in Liechtenstein, Luxembourg and Singapore have admitted to conspiring with US citizens to evade tax by hiding assets in offshore accounts.

14 May 2021

State Street signs another US consumer fraud DPA

The settlement follows three years after the bank signed a separate fraud DPA and means it will now be subject to two concurrent DOJ-imposed monitorships.

14 May 2021

UK DPA architect: judges are more than a rubber stamp

Lord Edward Garnier QC has defended judges against criticism that they have failed to properly scrutinise deferred prosecution agreements presented by the Serious Fraud Office.

13 May 2021

PNF loses attempt to change Bolloré settlement docs

10 May 2021

GIR Connect Paris: French enforcement under the microscope

A senior Justice Department official, a cast of high-profile private practice lawyers and in-house practitioners from Airbus, Total and Sonepar will appear at GIR Connect: Paris to discuss the French enforcement landscape.

16 April 2021

France urged to tweak settlement tool for environmental crime

Practitioners warned of the risks of a newly established corporate settlement mechanism covering environmental offences.

15 April 2021

Italian oil services company in US plea agreement talks over sanctions evasion charges

29 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

Panasonic’s FCPA monitorship ends

There are now just four active Foreign Corrupt Practices Act monitorships overseen by the DOJ.

24 March 2021

PNF sends Bolloré bribery case back to investigating magistrate

22 March 2021

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