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People news round-up: MoFo and Hogan Lovells make early promotions

People news round-up: MoFo and Hogan Lovells make early promotions

05 January 2018

In the latest people news, Morrison & Foerster, Hogan Lovells, Debevoise & Plimpton, BakerHostetler and Richards Kibbe & Orbe have rung in the new year with a string of promotions, while McDermott Will & Emery and Gall Solicitors kicked off 2018 with new hires.

Morgan Lewis lawyers to be cross-examined after adverse privilege decision

Morgan Lewis lawyers to be cross-examined after adverse privilege decision

03 January 2018

Morgan Lewis must hand over notes from witness interviews after a US district court ruled that the firm waived work-product privilege over the documents by summarising them in a 2013 oral presentation to the SEC.

Telecom equipment provider reports ‘questionable payments’ to US authorities

Telecom equipment provider reports ‘questionable payments’ to US authorities

02 January 2018

A Maryland-based company contacted US authorities in September about possible Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations, after hiring Hogan Lovells to investigate.

Brazil's investigations bar 2017

Brazil's investigations bar 2017

23 November 2017

Since the launch of the Clean Companies Act, and the surge of Operation Car Wash, Brazilian firms have struggled to keep up with the demand for high-quality investigative teams. Roger Hamilton-Martin reports

ZwillGen hires Hogan Lovells cyber specialist

ZwillGen hires Hogan Lovells cyber specialist

06 November 2017

Boutique law firm ZwillGen has hired former US Department of Homeland Security official Allison Bender from Hogan Lovells.

Caldwell: Cyberattacks “kept me up at night”

Caldwell: Cyberattacks “kept me up at night”

03 November 2017

Leslie Caldwell, former assistant attorney general of the DOJ’s criminal division, has warned that the department is still in reactive mode in its approach to cyber criminality.

ENRC granted leave to appeal in landmark privilege case

ENRC granted leave to appeal in landmark privilege case

11 October 2017

New counsel will help ENRC appeal against a UK High Court decision that forced the company to hand over employee testimonies to the SFO, after the Court of Appeals granted the company a leave of appeal.

FBME Bank appeal may continue without FBME Bank

FBME Bank appeal may continue without FBME Bank

05 October 2017

A DC appeals court has demanded Quinn Emanuel explain why FBME Bank’s appeal against a 2015 FinCen ruling should continue after the bank itself suddenly withdrew from appeal proceedings.

GIR's 40 Under 40 2017: Introduction

GIR's 40 Under 40 2017: Introduction

04 September 2017

Introducing the second edition of the 40 Under 40, GIR's list of 40 accomplished young investigations lawyers who will help shape the future of this fast-evolving area of law.

Dorina Bruns

Dorina Bruns

04 September 2017

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The European, Middle Eastern and African Investigations Review 2017

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Investigating Accounting Irregularities

Andrew Grantham

AlixPartners

Money Laundering Compliance and Investigations across EMEA

Matthew Getz and Elly Brindle

Boies, Schiller & Flexner
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The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations

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Introduction

Judith Seddon , Eleanor Davison , Christopher J Morvillo , Michael Bowes QC and Luke Tolaini

Outer Temple Chambers
Fountain Court Chambers
Clifford Chance LLP

The Evolution of Risk Management in Global Investigations

William H Devaney and Jonathan Peddie

Baker McKenzie
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Privilege

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Canada

Peter MacKay and Chris Burkett

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Switzerland

Christophe Emonet and Cécile Zumstein

Pestalozzi

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