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08 August 2022
An appeal court in Milan has upheld a decision to throw out corruption charges against Anglo-Dutch energy company Shell and Italian oil company Eni over an alleged bribery scheme in Nigeria.
19 July 2022
The US arm of carmaker Fiat Chrysler has avoided a monitor as part of its $300 million plea agreement with the US Department of Justice for misleading customers and regulators about the emissions and fuel efficiency of some of its vehicles.
06 June 2022
A Milan appeal court has acquitted former executives at Deutsche Bank, Nomura International and Monte dei Paschi di Siena who were accused of helping the Italian lender hide its shaky financial position in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.
10 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
The Nigerian government has accused US lender JPMorgan of breaching its duty of care to the country after $875 million from a lucrative oilfield sale allegedly ended up in the hands of corrupt public officials.
23 February 2022
16 February 2022
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