Region: Poland

Polish government hopes to join EPPO

14 December 2023

New anti-corruption directive could be transformative: EU lawyers

Lawyers in various EU countries say that the European Commission’s new proposals for an anti-corruption directive represent an ambitious proposal that could streamline enforcement across the bloc and improve cross-border cooperation on white-collar crime.

15 May 2023

EU accuses eight countries of failing to adopt whistleblower measures

16 February 2023

OECD urges Poland, Finland to take urgent action on foreign bribery

15 December 2022

Adoption manager gets one year in US prison for Uganda bribery

More than 40 families have filed for restitution in a DOJ case accusing US citizen Debra Parris of bribing public officials and illegally putting children up for adoption in Uganda.

04 November 2022

People News: trio of White House lawyers leave for private practice

In the latest roundup, three former White House officials have departed for private practice, and firms have recruited ex-enforcement officials from the SEC and the Manhattan federal prosecutor’s office.

07 October 2022

Adoption agency boss given jail time

The case also considered whether defunct companies may assert privilege to protect documents from discovery.

23 May 2022

Top EU prosecutor: Poland refuses to cooperate with EPPO

16 February 2022

Ex-Goldman Sachs compliance executive charged with insider trading

The Securities and Exchange Commission has accused a former senior compliance analyst at US investment bank Goldman Sachs of committing fraud and insider trading.

30 September 2021

OECD: “serious concern” about Poland’s lack of foreign bribery reforms

22 June 2021

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