Region: Italy

Shell-Eni judgment reveals gaffes by the prosecution

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The Italian court that acquitted oil companies Shell and Eni in March of corruption charges tied to a Nigerian oilfield had strong criticisms about prosecutors’ handling of the case, according to a recently published judgment.

17 June 2021

Court prevents convicted ex-Coca-Cola engineer from interviewing jurors

13 May 2021

Italian prosecutor: Brexit harms UK’s fight against cross-border crime

29 April 2021

Italian oil services company agrees plea deal in sanctions case

26 April 2021

OFAC fines Italian heating company for egregious Iran sanctions breaches

Nordgas for several years used code words for Iran in its correspondence with a US company it bought air pressure switches from to hide the ultimate destination of the goods, the agency said.

29 March 2021

Italian oil services company in US plea agreement talks over sanctions evasion charges

29 March 2021

Italian court approves Eni Congo corruption settlement

26 March 2021

Milan prosecutors agree settlement with Eni in Congo corruption probe

18 March 2021

Shell and Eni acquitted in Nigerian bribery case

A Milan court has acquitted oil companies Shell and Eni of paying millions in bribes to Nigerian officials to secure prospecting rights to a lucrative oil field.

17 March 2021

Exercising right to silence “easier” for individuals after ECJ insider trading ruling

Lawyers across the EU have welcomed a European court ruling that clarifies an individual’s right to silence in regulatory market abuse investigations.

10 February 2021

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