05 June 2017
In a decision that strengthens the defence’s position in SEC cases, the Supreme Court has ruled that disgorgement is subject to the five-year statute of limitations.
22 February 2017
With enforcement agencies around the world ramping up the fight against economic crime, and a new, unpredictable US government, 2017 is set to be a tumultuous year. In December 2016 we invited six leading lawyers from the UK, Germany, the US and Hong Kong to give their predictions on what will be the big issues for investigations specialists over the coming 12 months.
16 February 2017
In the latest people news, a round-up of the firms high-level Obama-era public officials have chosen to join, and more.
30 January 2017
GIR takes an inside look at Hong Kong’s burgeoning white-collar bar and meets the region’s go-to lawyers for complex fraud, corruption and money laundering cases.
20 January 2017
The UK decision document reveals that engineering company Rolls-Royce’s “extraordinary cooperation” bought it a 50% discount on its UK fine, and more.
11 November 2016
Enforcers are exploring which investigative methods deployed in Operation Car Wash can be used in the country’s other corruption probes, a Brasília prosecutor says.
26 October 2016
Leo Tsao, an assistant chief in the FCPA unit, discusses when to expect results from the pilot programme; why recent declinations with disgorgement are “worlds better” for companies than non-prosecution agreements; and what else the DOJ might want to know when it receives a self-report from a company of a bribe worth less than US$500.
12 October 2016
Hear from Brazil’s former attorney general, Fábio Medina Osório, and speakers from the US Department of Justice, Brazil’s Federal Prosecution Service, Odebrecht and ArcelorMittal at the fourth annual Anti-Corruption and Investigations conference, to be held in São Paulo on Thursday 20 October.
10 March 2016
A federal prosecutor and a judge who both worked on a controversial DPA with HSBC have departed for private practice, even as a dispute over the public’s right to view a report on the bank’s compliance with the settlement continues.
17 February 2016
A tax evasion case against a senior French politician has shown how the country’s double jeopardy protections are applicable only in a narrow range of circumstances, post Airbus.
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