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The Swiss ministry responsible for investigating economic sanctions breaches has doubled down on its position that lawyers have a duty to disclose assets held by sanctioned clients.
01 April 2022
Prosecutors have outlined a scheme where Wirecard executives allegedly faked profits and embezzled funds from the business via loans to third-party companies.
14 March 2022
“My own personal opinion is that criminal prosecutions should be reserved for cases in which there’s really evidence of bad intent,” said Kathryn Ruemmler, a former senior DOJ official and now the top lawyer at Goldman Sachs.
07 March 2022
US lender JPMorgan has denied breaching its duty of care to the Nigerian government by allegedly enabling public officials to pilfer the lion’s share of a $1.3 billion oilfield sale in 2011.
28 February 2022
A retired UK high court judge is set to lead a review into the Serious Fraud Office’s handling of the Unaoil case.
09 February 2022
21 January 2022
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