02 July 2018
Using artificial intelligence and predictive coding will make investigations faster and cheaper, and can help avoid disclosure failures, white-collar practitioners said at GIR’s Women in Investigations conference.
28 June 2018
GIR is pleased to announce the 2018 Women in Investigations survey, which highlights 100 female practitioners from across the globe.
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.
04 September 2017
Steptoe & Johnson Washington, DC
08 May 2017
Complying with US trade sanctions could become more complicated for companies under President Donald Trump’s administration, former US State Department lawyer told GIR after joining Steptoe & Johnson in Washington, DC, on 1 May.
29 January 2016
A High Court ruling means the SFO can continue to use internal specialists to sift through large quantities of data to filter out potentially privileged documents.
01 December 2015
Stephen Zimmermann, the director of operations for the World Bank’s Integrity Vice Presidency, spoke at a panel on anti-corruption enforcement by multilateral development banks (MDBs) at the American Conference Institute’s 32nd annual International Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act on Tuesday Nov. 17, 2015 at National Harbor, Md. The panel was transcribed from a recording obtained by GIR Just Anti-Corruption.
24 November 2015
Andrew Weissmann, chief of the Criminal Division Fraud Section in the Department of Justice, and Hui Chen, the section’s newly appointed compliance consultant, spoke at the American Conference Institute’s 32nd International Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act at National Harbor, Md., on Nov. 18, 2015.
12 November 2015
Harnisch, a former branch chief at the Enforcement Division of the Securities and Exchange Commission, will head the firm's SEC enforcement practice in its Washington, D.C., office.
10 November 2015
Several attorneys told GIR Just Anti-Corruption that the “all-or-nothing” nature of cooperation in the memo may coerce companies into implicating employees.
Weng Yee Ng and Jimmy Ko
Matthew Getz , Neil Pigott and David Bufton
Judith Seddon , Eleanor Davison , Christopher J Morvillo , Michael Bowes QC , Luke Tolaini , Ama A Adams and Tara McGrath
F Joseph Warin and Daniel P Chung
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
Kengo Nishigaki and Yoshiaki Muto