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South Africa’s long-running anti-corruption inquiry has asked the country’s financial intelligence unit to investigate whether lenders have complied with anti-money laundering rules.
24 June 2022
17 June 2022
The Bureau of Industry and Security on 7 June issued a temporary export ban to three US companies for exporting technical drawings and blueprints to China.
13 June 2022
Prosecutors are seeking an injunction to force compliance with reporting requirements. The case “is the latest manifestation of this gradual intensification of the department’s enforcement of FARA,” a former prosecutor said.
19 May 2022
Gongda Xue is the fifth scientist to be found guilty of participating in the GSK trade secrets theft
03 May 2022
In the latest roundup, FTI Consulting has expanded its risk and investigations services to China and a small team of former Sidley Austin lawyers have joined McDermott Will & Emery to kick-start a new white-collar team in Singapore.
26 April 2022
06 April 2022
A federal court in Dallas has suggested US prosecutors pursue new charges against Chinese telecoms company ZTE for allegedly conspiring to commit visa fraud and violating compliance requirements of a 2017 plea deal.
23 March 2022
Charles Lieber, who was convicted of hiding ties to China, argues that he was a “casualty” of the “flawed” DOJ initiative targeting Chinese threats.
23 March 2022
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