Transocean: the collapse of Norway’s largest tax evasion case

Featured in Investigator's Guide to Norway

Hanne Skaarberg Holen, counsel to Transocean, says she believes Norwegian prosecutors indicted one of her colleagues to maintain access to legally privileged information.

22 June 2016

Debunking the myth: The link between cartels and foreign corruption

Why hopes in the US of finding a meaningful link between international cartels and foreign corruption are misplaced.

14 June 2016

Blunted: The SEC’s disgorgement tool

An appeals court ruling has weakened the SEC’s ability to demand disgorgement – the main tool the regulator uses to obtain huge sums of money from companies in FCPA cases.

07 June 2016

What the Panama Papers means for FCPA investigations

The Panama Papers will enable prosecutors to make targeted and effective mutual legal assistance requests, speeding up pre-existing investigations and potentially reigniting old, forgotten cases, lawyers have said.

02 June 2016

FCPA prosecutors: The new generation

Just Anti-Corruption is unveiling a fully updated FCPA Enforcer Profiles section, including all prosecutors hired under a wave of new staffing promised by Assistant Attorney General Leslie Caldwell.

31 May 2016

On the QT: keeping German settlements out of the press

Featured in Investigator's Guide to Germany

In Germany, the majority of corporate settlements with prosecutors, including those demanding multimillion-euro fines, are never disclosed to the public. GIR finds out how companies achieve confidential settlements.

18 September 2015

How to win friends and influence people - international cooperation in Siemens

Featured in Investigator's Guide to Germany

The Siemens corruption investigation and settlement saw unprecedented international cooperation between government enforcers in the US and Germany. David Vascott talks to the lawyers who made it happen.

05 November 2014

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