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The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations, Fourth Edition

GIR publishes the fourth edition of its practical guide for external and in-house counsel, compliance officers and accounting practitioners. Chapters are authored by leading practitioners from around the world and made available to GIR’s readers free to view and download.

Indexed and with comprehensive cross-referencing, this two-volume hardback features tables of cases and legislation and is available in our shop or as part of a GIR subscription.

New for the fourth edition

In this fourth edition, we have revised extant chapters to keep up with recent developments. To reflect an increased prosecutorial focus on individual accountability and on tone at the top, we have added US and UK chapters on the duties of directors to Volume I, outlining quite divergent corporate governance models. The questionnaire for Volume II authors has been extensively revised and reviewed by the editors and GIR staff. New questions zero in on the growing importance of technology in carrying out and investigating misconduct. There are also questions on economic sanctions, an area of heightened enforcement activity, which GIR has responded to this year with the launch of Just Sanctions (https://globalinvestigationsreview.com/just-sanctions). Volume II also carries regional overviews giving insight into cultural issues and regional coordination by authorities. Volume II covers 25 jurisdictions, increasing the global coverage, particularly in South America, which continues to rake over recent corruption scandals.

Published January 2020

Part I: Global Investigations in the United Kingdom and the United States

  1. Introduction

    Judith Seddon, Ama A Adams, Christopher J Morvillo, Luke Tolaini, Tara McGrath, Eleanor Davison and Michael Bowes QC

    Ropes & Gray

    Clifford Chance

    Fountain Court Chambers

    Outer Temple Chambers

  2. The Evolution of Risk Management in Global Investigations

    William H Devaney and Joanna Ludlam

    Baker McKenzie

  3. Self-Reporting to the Authorities and Other Disclosure Obligations: The UK Perspective

    Judith Seddon, Amanda Raad, Sarah Lambert-Porter, Chris Stott and Matthew Burn

    Ropes & Gray

  4. Self-Reporting to the Authorities and Other Disclosure Obligations: The US Perspective

    Amanda Raad, Sean Seelinger, Jaime Orloff Feeney and Zaneta Wykowska

    Ropes & Gray

  5. Beginning an Internal Investigation: The UK Perspective

    Jonathan Cotton and Holly Ware

    Slaughter and May

  6. Beginning an Internal Investigation: The US Perspective

    Bruce E Yannett and David Sarratt

    Debevoise & Plimpton

  7. Witness Interviews in Internal Investigations: The UK Perspective

    Caroline Day and Louise Hodges

    Kingsley Napley

  8. Witness Interviews in Internal Investigations: The US Perspective

    Anne M Tompkins, Jodi Avergun and J Robert Duncan

    Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

  9. Co-operating with the Authorities: The UK Perspective

    Ali Sallaway, Matthew Bruce, Ben Morgan and Nicholas Williams

    Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

  10. Co-operating with the Authorities: The US Perspective

    John Buretta, Megan Y Lew and Courtney A Gans

    Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP

  11. Production of Information to the Authorities

    Hector Gonzalez, Rebecca Kahan Waldman, Caroline Black and Lisa Foley

    Dechert

  12. Production of Information to the Authorities: The In-house Perspective

    Femi Thomas and Tapan Debnath

    Nokia Corporation

  13. Employee Rights: The UK Perspective

    James Carlton, Sona Ganatra and David Murphy

    Fox Williams LLP

  14. Employee Rights: The US Perspective

    Milton L Williams, Avni P Patel and Jacob Gardener

    Walden Macht & Haran LLP

  15. Representing Individuals in Interviews: The UK Perspective

    Jessica Parker and Andrew Smith

    Corker Binning

  16. Representing Individuals in Interviews: The US Perspective

    John M Hillebrecht, Lisa Tenorio-Kutzkey and Eric Christofferson

    DLA Piper

  17. Individuals in Cross-Border Investigations or Proceedings: The UK Perspective

    Richard Sallybanks, Ami Amin and Jonathan Flynn

    BCL Solicitors LLP

  18. Individuals in Cross-Border Investigations or Proceedings: The US Perspective

    Amanda Raad, Michael McGovern, Meghan Gilligan Palermo, Zaneta Wykowska and Sara Berinhout

    Ropes & Gray

  19. Whistleblowers: The UK Perspective

    Jillian Naylor, Alison Wilson, Sinead Casey and Elly Proudlock

    Linklaters

  20. Whistleblowers: The US Perspective

    Daniel Silver and Benjamin A Berringer

    Clifford Chance

  21. Whistleblowers: The In-house Perspective

    Steve Young

    Banque Lombard Odier & Co Ltd

  22. Forensic Accounting Skills in Investigations

    Glenn Pomerantz, Nicole Sliger and Michael Barba

    BDO

  23. Negotiating Global Settlements: The UK Perspective

    Rod Fletcher and Nicholas Purnell QC

    Herbert Smith Freehills (Paris)

    Cloth Fair Chambers

  24. Negotiating Global Settlements: The US Perspective

    Nicolas Bourtin

    Sullivan & Cromwell

  25. Fines, Disgorgement, Injunctions, Debarment: The UK Perspective

    Kelly Hagedorn, Robert Dalling and Matthew Worby

    Jenner & Block

  26. Fines, Disgorgement, Injunctions, Debarment: The US Perspective

    Gayle E Littleton, Charles D Riely, Amanda L Azarian and Grace C Signorelli-Cassady

    Jenner & Block

  27. Global Settlements: The In-house Perspective

    Claire McLeod

    Barclays plc

  28. Extraterritoriality: The UK Perspective

    Anupreet Amole

    Brown Rudnick

  29. Extraterritoriality: The US Perspective

    James P Loonam and Conor Reardon

    Jones Day

  30. Individual Penalties and Third-Party Rights: The UK Perspective

    Elizabeth Robertson

    Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (UK) LLP

  31. Individual Penalties and Third-Party Rights: The US Perspective

    Joseph Moreno and Todd Blanche

    Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

  32. Monitorships

    Richard Lissack QC, Nico Leslie, Christopher J Morvillo, Tara McGrath and Kaitlyn Ferguson

    Fountain Court Chambers

    Clifford Chance

  33. Parallel Civil Litigation: The UK Perspective

    Nichola Peters and Michelle de Kluyver

    Addleshaw Goddard LLP

  34. Parallel Civil Litigation: The US Perspective

    Eugene Ingoglia and Anthony M Mansfield

    Allen & Overy LLP

  35. Privilege: The UK Perspective

    Tamara Oppenheimer, Rebecca Loveridge and Samuel Rabinowitz

    Fountain Court Chambers

  36. Privilege: The US Perspective

    Richard M Strassberg and Meghan K Spillane

    Goodwin

  37. Publicity: The UK Perspective

    Edward Craven and Alex Bailin QC

    Matrix Chambers

  38. Publicity: The US Perspective

    Jodi Avergun

    Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

  39. Protecting Corporate Reputation in a Government Investigation

    Kevin Bailey and Charlie Potter

    Brunswick Group LLP

  40. Data Protection in Investigations

    Stuart Alford QC, Serrin A Turner, Gail E Crawford, Hayley Pizzey, Mair Williams and Max G Mazzelli

    Latham & Watkins

  41. Directors’ Duties: The UK Perspective

    Nichola Peters and Michelle de Kluyver

    Addleshaw Goddard LLP

  42. Directors’ Duties: The US Perspective

    Timothy P O'Toole, William P Barry and Margot Laporte

    Miller & Chevalier Chartered

Part II: Global Investigations around the World

  1. Introduction

    Judith Seddon, Ama A Adams, Christopher J Morvillo, Luke Tolaini, Tara McGrath, Eleanor Davison and Michael Bowes QC

    Ropes & Gray

    Clifford Chance

    Fountain Court Chambers

    Outer Temple Chambers

  2. Asia-Pacific Overview

    Kyle Wombolt and Pamela Kiesselbach

    Herbert Smith Freehills (Paris)

  3. Europe Overview

    Judith Seddon, Amanda Raad and Chris Stott

    Ropes & Gray

  4. Latin America Overview

    Pamela Alarcón Arias and Diego Cardona

    Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU & Uría

  5. North America Overview

    John Buretta and Allison Eisen

    Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP

  6. Argentina

    Pedro Serrano Espelta, Gustavo Morales Oliver and María Lorena Schiariti

    Marval O'Farrell & Mairal

  7. Australia

    Ben Luscombe, Angela Pearsall, Tim Grave, Kirsten Scott and Lara Gotti

    Clifford Chance

  8. Austria

    Bettina Knoetzl and Thomas Voppichler

    KNOETZL

  9. Brazil

    Heloisa Barroso Uelze, Felipe Noronha Ferenzini and João Augusto Gameiro

    Trench Rossi Watanabe

  10. Canada

    Graeme Hamilton and Milos Barutciski

    Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

  11. Chile

    Andrés Jana and Karen Werner

    Bofill Mir & Alvarez Jana Abogados

  12. China

    Kyle Wombolt, Christine Cuthbert, Mark Chu and Tracey Cui

    Herbert Smith Freehills

  13. Colombia

    Pamela Alarcón Arias

    Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU & Uría

  14. France

    Stéphane de Navacelle, Sandrine dos Santos, Julie Zorrilla and Clémentine Duverne

    Navacelle

  15. Germany

    Eike Bicker, Christian Steinle, Christoph Skoupil and Marcus Reischl

    Gleiss Lutz

  16. Greece

    Ilias G Anagnostopoulos, Jerina (Gerasimoula) Zapanti and Alexandros D Tsagkalidis

    Anagnostopoulos

  17. Hong Kong

    Donna Wacker, Wendy Wysong, Anita Lam, William Wong, Michael Wang and Nicholas Turner

    Clifford Chance

  18. India

    Sherbir Panag, Tanya Ganguli and Lavanyaa Chopra

    Law Offices of Panag & Babu

  19. Ireland

    Claire McLoughlin, Karen Reynolds and Ciara Dunny

    Matheson

  20. Italy

    Enrico Di Fiorino

    Fornari e Associati

  21. Mexico

    Diego Sierra Laris

    Von Wobeser y Sierra SC

  22. New Zealand

    Polly Pope, Kylie Dunn and Emmeline Rushbrook

    Russell McVeagh

  23. Nigeria

    Babajide Oladipo Ogundipe and Olatunde Ogundipe

    Sofunde, Osakwe, Ogundipe & Belgore

  24. Peru

    Alberto Rebaza, Augusto Loli, Héctor Gadea, María Haydée Zegarra and Sergio Mattos

    Rebaza, Alcázar & De Las Casas

  25. Romania

    Gabriel Sidere

    CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP

  26. Singapore

    Danny Ong and Sheila Ng

    Rajah & Tann Asia

  27. Switzerland

    Flavio Romerio, Claudio Bazzani, Katrin Ivell and Reto Ferrari-Visca

    Homburger

  28. Turkey

    Filiz Toprak Esin and Asena Aytuğ Keser

    Gün + Partners

  29. United Kingdom

    Tom Stocker, Neil McInnes, Laura Gillespie, Stacy Keen, Olga Tocewicz, Alistair Wood and Rebecca Devaney

    Pinsent Masons LLP

  30. United States

    Jennifer L Achilles, Francisca M Mok, Eric H Sussman and Bradley J Bolerjack

    Reed Smith

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