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An investigation into alleged bribery by Swiss life sciences company Novartis of high-level Greek politicians has been beset by disintegrating charges and allegations of falsified evidence and political interference.
16 June 2020
The US Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control has been prolific in penalising companies for sanctions violations but doesn’t appear to have the same appetite for pursuing individuals.
29 May 2020
GIR spoke to over a dozen compliance professionals about how the field is weathering the pandemic. The energy sector is “getting killed”, a recruiter said.
22 May 2020
The unprecedented US investigation into Venezuelan corruption is quickly becoming more visible and consequential. “This is the biggest investigation that I’ve ever seen,” one Miami lawyer said.
15 May 2020
The sudden departure of Pascale Dubois in November is emblematic of problems at the organisation’s enforcement arm.
26 February 2020
After the DOJ secured a monumental win in its case against Lawrence Hoskins, GIR unspools how both sides wrangled at trial over a term the defence believed to be its silver bullet.
27 November 2019
The head of compliance at AB InBev, one of the world’s largest fast-moving consumer goods companies in the world by revenue, explains how the brewer uses data analytics and risk scoring to help identify transaction patterns that require investigation.
19 September 2019
Former prosecutors say it’s no accident that a procession of FCPA cases in recent years has been filed in Brooklyn.
13 August 2019
For corporate victims of trade secret theft, the decision of whether to inform the US government is simultaneously the most important and most complicated.
18 June 2019
The new US get-tough approach to China has caused some lawyers to question whether the FCPA will soon be wielded to advance political and national security goals.
20 December 2018
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