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New US litigation by businessman Farhad Azima claims that law firm Dechert and its disgraced former head of white-collar crime attempted to cover up their involvement in the alleged hacking of his private emails.
17 October 2022
Following FinCEN and OFAC’s first-ever parallel crypto action, sanctions practitioners say the agencies’ improved understanding of cryptocurrency platforms will create further opportunities for joined-up enforcement.
14 October 2022
In the latest counsel watch, Kobre & Kim is acting for sanctioned oligarch Roman Abramovich, and Winston & Strawn is acting for Mexican state energy company Pemex.
07 July 2022
30 June 2022
“I have little doubt that Mr [Neil] Gerrard had a large ego and a belief that he is always right and expected others to follow him implicitly,” the court said in an excoriating judgment concluding that the lawyer repeatedly leaked ENRC’s confidential information to the SFO.
16 May 2022
The UK’s legal regulator has punished Michael Nouril, a former partner in Mishcon de Reya’s corporate department, for “serious breaches” of rules designed to prevent lawyers from facilitating money laundering.
08 March 2022
US lender JPMorgan has denied breaching its duty of care to the Nigerian government by allegedly enabling public officials to pilfer the lion’s share of a $1.3 billion oilfield sale in 2011.
28 February 2022
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