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The incoming chair of the working group on bribery, Daniëlle Goudriaan, said that mutual legal assistance processes take too long and slow down foreign bribery cases.
08 April 2022
In the latest roundup, the US Department of Justice has appointed a top New York prosecutor as the head of its task force targeting Russian oligarchs and a flurry of white-collar partner-level moves in the US.
21 March 2022
Practitioners said the self-described apolitical organisation has entered the financial crime arena at a moment when many future investigations will likely be driven by geopolitical tensions.
16 March 2022
Flooded with sanctions concerns, financial institutions are beginning to act one week after major US companies started pulling the plug on their business in Russia.
11 March 2022
In the latest roundup, South Africa has tapped a state prosecutor to lead its anti-corruption agency and Morrison & Foerster has hired a federal prosecutor to bolster its Boston investigations team.
02 March 2022
A new deputy assistant attorney general has joined the Criminal Division at Main Justice and firms including Cohen & Gresser, Vinson & Elkins and DLA Piper announced new additions to their white-collar and litigation teams.
25 February 2022
“We need to be careful that we don’t lose track of where most money is being laundered,” said the ex-FATF chief.
17 February 2022
In the latest roundup, the founding partners of FeldensMadruga in Brazil have decided to part ways, and Herbert Smith Freehills has hired an Italian investigations lawyer and his team to bolster its Milan office.
16 February 2022
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