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08 July 2019
16 November 2016
Kobre & Kim has hired a former federal prosecutor and a London barrister as the firm seeks to bolster its cross-border expertise across Latin America and in offshore jurisdictions.
10 October 2016
A federal judge in San Diego sentenced former Qualcomm executive vice president Jing Wang to 18 months in prison and a US$500,000 fine for insider trading and money laundering on June 26.
29 June 2015
Engineering company SNC-Lavalin’s prosecution by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police could intensify the debate over whether Canada should introduce alternatives to guilty pleas to settle investigations.
20 February 2015
A British judge has ruled that the SFO acted in a way that “no reasonable prosecutor” would, prompting concerns about the agency’s judgement.
13 February 2015
A New Jersey grand jury has indicted Joseph Sigelman, former co-chief executive of oil and gas company Petrotiger, of FCPA and wire fraud conspiracy charges, conspiracy to commit money laundering, and substantive FCPA and money laundering charges.
12 May 2014
Profits from investments part-funded by proceeds of international fraud can be seized in full, the UK’s Court of Appeal ruled last Friday; observers tell GIR the ruling could spur enforcers to attempt more asset recovery when their investigations conclude.
10 April 2014
The US Department of Justice (DoJ) has charged two former chief executives and a general counsel with bribing a foreign official in Colombia and money laundering.
07 January 2014
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