The Asia-Pacific Investigations Review 2020 contains insight and thought leadership from 37 pre-eminent practitioners from the region. Across 16 chapters, spanning around 200 pages, it provides an invaluable retrospective and primer. Together, these contributors capture and interpret the most substantial recent international investigations developments of the past year, with footnotes and relevant statistics. Other articles provide valuable background so that you can get up to speed quickly on the essentials of a particular topic. This edition covers Australia, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam in jurisdictional overviews. It also looks at the impact of AI, data privacy, forensic accounting and law enforcement in multi-jurisdictional investigations.
The Americas Investigations Review 2020 contains insight and thought leadership from 34 pre-eminent practitioners from the region. Across 13 chapters, spanning around 160 pages, it provides an invaluable retrospective and primer.
Together, these contributors capture and interpret the most substantial recent international investigations developments of the past year, with footnotes and relevant statistics. Other articles provide valuable background so that you can get up to speed quickly on the essentials of a particular topic. This edition covers Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and the United States, as well as multijurisdictional deals in Latin America; has overviews on data privacy, economic sanctions, extraterritoriality and privilege; covers how enforcements authorities interact and how to move forward a er an investigation; and enforcer insight from the World Bank and the CGU.
As well as daily news, GIR curates a range of comprehensive regional reviews. This volume, the Europe, Middle East and Africa Investigations Review 2019, contains insight and thought leadership from 28 pre-eminent practitioners from these regions. Inside you will find chapters on France, Germany, Nigeria, Switzerland and the UK (from multiple angles); comparative pieces on money laundering, data transfer, the regulation of cryptocurrency and international cooperation between agencies; plus a guide to the challenges of investigating in Africa – and lots more.
Data breaches and similar incidents pose a unique challenge – those targeted must both respond and investigate simultaneously. It is an art that is impossible without preparation. Businesses wishing to prepare will find this volume, The Guide to Cyber Investigations, invaluable. It identifies every issue to consider when creating a response template and implementing it, giving both the law and plenty of practical and tactical advice. Written by leading contributors, all with broad experience of serious data incidents, it is an indispensable desktop guide and a worthy companion to GIR’s larger volume on cross-border investigations, The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations.
Since WorldCom, the United States Department of Justice and other agencies have imposed more than 80 monitorships on a variety of companies, including some of the world’s best-known names. The terms of these monitorships and the industries in which they have been employed vary widely. Yet many of the legal issues they raise are the same. To date, there has been no in-depth work that examines them. GIR’s The Guide to Monitorships fills that gap. Written by contributors with first-hand experience of working with or as monitors, it discusses all the key issues, from every stakeholder’s perspective, making it an invaluable resource for anyone interested in understanding or practising in the area.
GIR has published the third edition of its practical guide for external and in-house counsel, compliance officers and accounting practitioners. Chapters are authored by leading practitioners from around the world and made available to GIR’s readers free to view and download.
Indexed and with comprehensive cross-referencing, this two-volume hardback features tables of cases and legislation and is available in our shop or as part of a GIR subscription.
In this edition, we have added a chapter on data protection for Volume I, and we have expanded the scope and number of data protection questions in Volume II. The publication also reflects the Court of Appeal’s clarification of English law on legal privilege in the ENRC case, and the US Department of Justice’s adoption of the Corporate Enforcement Policy as part of its FCPA enhanced enforcement programme. In addition, Volume II now covers 21 jurisdictions, including Australia, Canada and Mexico.
"Global Investigations Review's The Practitioner's Guide to Global Investigations is the most comprehensive publication currently on the market in relation to cross-border, multifaceted corporate investigations. It does what it says on the tin - ‘How does one conduct such an investigation? And what does one have in mind at various times?' - and it does it rather well."
Tapan Debnath, Legal Counsel, Nokia