17 June 2020
A Brazilian draft bill seeking to introduce an obligatory certification for corporate compliance programmes is too vague to be effective, according to experts.
16 April 2020
Peruvian lawyers hope prosecutors will be able to conduct investigations more efficiently after being forced to work remotely amid the coronavirus pandemic.
08 April 2020
France’s Court of Auditors has conducted a review of the country’s anti-corruption agency to establish if it’s making effective use of public funds.
18 February 2020
Dutch lawyers seem relaxed about recent revelations that the local justice minister and public prosecutors have been in frequent contact about a bribery investigation into Shell.
27 January 2020
French lawyers have expressed further concern about the US’s foreign bribery enforcement following the conviction of a Paris-based executive for bribery in Indonesia.
23 January 2020
ENRC has said a spying operation focused on its former lawyer was a legitimate probe into “extremely serious wrongdoing”.
17 January 2020
Compliance officers in France should avoid prosecution for failing to detect misconduct, according to recently released advice.
18 December 2019
The man who blew the whistle on alleged corruption at Iceland’s biggest fisheries company has said that bribery payments may have doubled after he left the organisation.
05 December 2019
Australia has changed a provision in its proposed deferred prosecution agreements model, which has been under consideration for two years.
04 December 2019
The UK NCA securing £190 million from a Pakistani property mogul could be a template for how the agency will use asset-freezing orders in the future, lawyers have said.
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