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Practitioners in London and Hong Kong remember Crispin Rapinet, a Hogan Lovells solicitor and GIR board member who was described as an outstanding lawyer to work with and an equally great person to be around.
01 August 2023
A Manhattan judge ruled that Goldman Sachs will not have to hand over communications between an in-house lawyer and the head of corporate communications in Asia-Pacific because of the extent of discovery that has already happened in the case.
25 July 2023
Switzerland has returned $138 million to Taiwan stemming from a bribery case dating back to the 1990s.
20 July 2023
In the latest counsel watch, Cyprus’ anti-corruption agency has appointed two London-based lawyers reportedly to lead an alleged golden visa probe and the firms that acted on the most recent corporate bribery settlement in France.
18 July 2023
A London court has granted the Serious Fraud Office’s forfeiture request for a £200,000 flat in Sheffield bought by a Chinese sales agent accused of helping UK metals company Sarclad pay bribes.
14 July 2023
Jasmine Loo was among dozens of people targeted in a 2020 forfeiture action by the DOJ that sought to recover funds embezzled from the collapsed Malaysian development fund.
12 July 2023
A Canadian corporate ethics body has opened investigations into the local subsidiary of US sportswear company Nike and gold miner Dynasty Gold over allegations of forced labour in China.
12 July 2023
A judge at the Federal Court of Australia approved a settlement between the country’s financial intelligence unit and casino operator Crown Resorts Group over “longstanding and egregious” anti-money laundering failings at its Perth and Melbourne casinos.
11 July 2023
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