Region: United States of America

LA US attorney returns to Gibson Dunn

Nick Hanna, who helped shape the DOJ’s recent corporate enforcement strategy and oversaw the 1MDB corruption investigation, has rejoined his old firm.

12 January 2021

Veon’s deputy general counsel joins DLA Piper

Matthew Matule, who oversaw Veon’s internal investigation into FCPA violations, has joined DLA Piper as a partner in the firm’s litigation and regulatory practice in Boston.

12 January 2021

US and Australian banks received majority of 2020 fines

12 January 2021

In adoption bribery case, company attacks DOJ privilege stance

A defunct company has pushed back against prosecutors’ assertions that its claims of privilege no longer stand. The government effectively “put the corporation out of business and now seeks to void the privilege,” the adoption agency's counsel said.

11 January 2021

Baptiste defends ineffective counsel ruling

Former US army colonel Joseph Baptiste fought back against the DOJ’s attempt to overturn a Boston federal court’s decision that quashed his foreign bribery conviction.

11 January 2021

US prosecutors look to block expert witness in JPMorgan spoofing case

11 January 2021

Deutsche Bank to pay $130 million to settle DOJ, SEC investigations

German lender Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay over $130 million to resolve foreign bribery and spoofing charges.

08 January 2021

FCPA Docket: Transition moves

In today’s news round-up, ins and outs at the DOJ and a former Goldman Sachs banker charged in the 1MDB case says prosecutors broke an agreement.

08 January 2021

US court system investigating SolarWinds-linked cyber hack

08 January 2021

Boeing to pay $2.5 billion for 737 Max fraud

Boeing has entered into a DPA over a charge that two of its former employees concealed information about its 737 Max airplanes from a US regulator.

07 January 2021

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