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Understanding the intricacies of cross-border investigations

Global Investigations Review (GIR) is a unique service analysing the law and practice of international investigations.

The service is read by a global audience of investigations professionals including private practice lawyers, corporate counsel, in-house investigators, forensic experts, risk advisory consultants and government agencies.

With an established network of contacts, our dedicated team of journalists travel worldwide to provide you with everything an investigations professional needs to stay informed. Our service covers daily news on global enforcement actions and legal developments, alongside exclusive data, surveys and practical guides.

Coverage extends to government agency investigations and internal corporate investigations into matters including international anti-bribery and corruption, financial services misconduct, antitrust, fraud, money laundering, sanctions violations, tax avoidance and evasion, and more. Where relevant, GIR includes pdfs of original court documents, SEC filings, and other primary documents in news stories.

The insider view on the FCPA enforcement landscape

GIR Just Anti-Corruption provides daily updates on Foreign Corrupt Practices Act-related matters, including regular scoops, news and analysis, and interviews. From GIR’s office in Washington, DC, the team searches through all FCPA case dockets and SEC filings daily to tracks new and ongoing FCPA investigations, enforcement actions, monitorships, and related costs.

The insider view on worldwide sanctions enforcement

In 2019, GIR launched Just Sanctions, a new section of the website and regular newsletter focused on high-stakes sanctions investigations and enforcement.The service provides bespoke content, including interviews, surveys, and conference reports, as well as data collections on sanctions enforcement and coverage of the advisers hired to guide companies through big investigations, settlement negotiations and monitorships.

Research and benchmarking

The best lawyers, the biggest cases and the agencies to watch out for in one place

GIR publishes independent, renowned signature surveys including the GIR 100: the annual guide to the world’s leading firms for corporate internal investigations.

Other surveys include: The Due Process Guide, The Enforcement Scorecard, Women in Investigations, 40 Under 40, and Inside In-house.GIR Just Anti-Corruption publishes the FCPA Counsel Tracker, which lists the main advisors on every resolved case since Siemens in 2008, and the names of those chosen to lead FCPA monitorships dating back to 2004.

Investigator’s Guides

Discover how to conduct internal investigations around the world
GIR produces practical guides that are aimed at helping investigators understand the perils and pitfalls that can arise when conducting internal investigations in different jurisdictions.

Events

Connect with world leading experts at GIR Live

GIR Live hosts events throughout the year in key jurisdictions on the main issues in investigations law. Each event brings together speakers and delegates from in-house, private practice, forensic consultancies and government authorities.

Delegates will enjoy comprehensive updates, reviews of recent cases, practical advice and the opportunity to hear directly from authorities. Networking breaks, regular Q&A sessions, case studies and symposiums allow delegate interaction.

GIR Insight

GIR is the hub of the international investigations community. GIR Insight is an integral part of that. We partner with leading lawyers, forensics advisers, in-house counsel and enforcement agencies to provide more in-depth perspectives on the topics that we cover in our news, surveys and events.

Insight is organised in three series:

  • Annual regional reviews looking at hot topics and trends across Europe, The Middle East and Africa Region, the Americas and the Asia Pacific Region.
  • Know-hows on the practical challenges of investigations, e.g. maximising privilege protection or financial services misconduct. These are questionnaire-based.
  • Guides including The Practitioner's Guide to Global Investigations, our big book about how to conduct a cross-border investigation.

GIR subscription information

A subscription is required for full access to Global Investigations Review and GIR Just Anti-Corruption.For more information, please contact us. For daily news alerts, sign up for free to the news briefing.

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Editorial board


Ali Sallaway

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Anne Riley

independent antitrust ethics and compliance consultant

Aurelién Hamelle

TotalEnergies

Bernd R Mayer

Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom

Brian Spiro

Herbert Smith Freehills

Bruce Yannett

Debevoise & Plimpton

Bruno Cova

Delfino e Associati Willkie Farr & Gallagher

Claudius Sokenu

Cognizant

Corinne A Lammers

Paul Hastings

Crispin Rapinet

Hogan Lovells

Edward Davis

Sequor Law

Eleanor Davison

Fountain Court Chambers

Francis Joseph Warin

Gibson Dunn & Crutcher

George J Terwilliger III

McGuireWoods

James Tillen

Miller & Chevalier

James Wadham

Davis Polk & Wardwell

Jean-Luc Guitera

KPMG

John Rhie

Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan

John Rupp

Steptoe & Johnson

Karen Popp

Sidley Austin

Karolos Seeger

Debevoise & Plimpton

Kimberly A Parker

WilmerHale

Kyle Wombolt

Herbert Smith Freehills

Lista Cannon

Norton Rose Fulbright

Luke Tolaini

Clifford Chance

Marc Henzelin

Lalive

Matthew Bruce

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Nicola Bonucci

Paul Hastings

Nicolas Bourtin

Sullivan & Cromwell

Richard Walker

King & Spalding

Rod Fletcher

Herbert Smith Freehills (2014-2018)

Shin Jae Kim

TozziniFreire Advogados

Stephen Gentle

Simmons & Simmons

Toby Duthie

Forensic Risk Alliance

William Burck

Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan

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