Topic: Extraterritoriality

Société Générale trader can fight US Libor rigging charges

A US appeals court has ruled that French bank Société Générale’s global head of short term derivatives can challenge Libor rigging charges she faces without first travelling to the US.

06 August 2021

Italian prosecutors appeal against Shell and Eni corruption acquittals

29 July 2021

PNF and French railway builder settle Central Asia bribery claims

14 July 2021

US prosecutors make third bid to seize alleged 1MDB funds held by London court

08 July 2021

Ten years of the UK Bribery Act: corporate enforcement reach remains unclear

The UK Bribery Act ushered in ground-breaking new legislation to hold companies to account, but practitioners say a decade of sparse corporate enforcement means many questions around the law’s potential reach remain unanswered.

30 June 2021

Court documents shed light on Swedish Ericsson bribery case

Four former executives of Stockholm-based telecommunications company Ericsson allegedly took part in a scheme to bribe Djibouti's attorney general, according to Swedish court documents.

23 June 2021

Report: SFO Petrofac investigation looking at alleged bribery in nine countries

21 June 2021

Court dismisses second DOJ complaint targeting alleged 1MDB funds in UK

07 June 2021

South Africa seeks Interpol red notice for Gupta brothers

04 June 2021

GIR Connect Paris: French enforcement under the microscope

Two weeks left until GIR Connect Paris, chaired by Laura Perkins at Hughes Hubbard & Reed and Jonathan Mattout at Herbert Smith Freehills. The event will feature AFA and DOJ speakers alongside a cast of high-profile private practice lawyers and in-house practitioners from Airbus, Total and Sonepar, to discuss the French enforcement landscape.

03 June 2021

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