As corporate fines rocketed, DOJ enforcement budgets swelled

Featured in The rise of the Three Percent Fund

How the US Justice Department became increasingly reliant on an obscure fund to finance major white-collar crime investigations. Part one of a three-part GIR Just Anti-Corruption investigation into the Three Percent Fund.

27 June 2017

The Weissmann legacy: Increasing the value of compliance

As Andrew Weissmann joins Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation team, white-collar lawyers reflect on the highs and lows of his tenure as head of the DOJ’s criminal fraud section.

12 June 2017

How the pilot programme has changed FCPA cases

GIR Just Anti-Corruption investigates the effect of the FCPA pilot programme since it was introduced in April 2016, by talking to defence lawyers who worked on recent settlements and analysing the data behind the cases.

21 March 2017

The implications of the FCPA rush

There was an unprecedented rush of FCPA cases between the election of President Donald Trump and his inauguration. Just Anti-Corruption talks to lawyers about the implications of the dash to negotiate eleven corporate settlements in two months.

01 February 2017

Rise of multilateral corruption cases signals new era of advocacy

A rise in multilateral foreign bribery settlements is changing how lawyers defend their clients. Just Anti-Corruption explores how.

23 January 2017

Special report: Meet the SEC’s foreign bribery attorneys

Just Anti-Corruption is launching ‘Meet the SEC’s Foreign Bribery Attorneys’, which profiles every lawyer assigned to the securities regulator’s FCPA unit. We'll highlight the different regional offices in the coming days.

12 December 2016

What will Trump mean for FCPA enforcement?

Donald Trump’s election as the next US president has already sparked talk of weakened FCPA enforcement.

14 November 2016

Special Report: FCPA Counsel Tracker

Just Anti-Corruption is launching FCPA Counsel Tracker, which details who has been advising companies on DOJ declinations, past settlements and current investigations, as well as who's been taking up monitorships.

13 September 2016

The exclusive white-collar club

How an invite-only, corporate-funded NYU Law School programme with ties to DOJ fraud section chief Andrew Weissmann became a leading forum for discussing the latest white-collar enforcement policies.

13 July 2016

The taboo around in-house lawyers-turned whistleblowers

Featured in In-house

Why the legal industry is struggling to get to grips with the idea of in-house lawyers blowing the whistle on their employers.

05 July 2016

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