31 July 2018
A former investment company executive’s challenge to US authorities’ long-held approach to corporate investigations represents the inherent power imbalance in US white-collar investigations, criminal defence lawyers say.
19 July 2018
A UK court has sentenced two former traders to a combined 13 years’ jail for orchestrating a scheme to manipulate the Euribor benchmark rate.
11 July 2018
A UK commercial court has found that the former CEO of a London asset management group and a Swiss banker bribed foreign officials $25 million to cover up a scheme to defraud a Libyan sovereign wealth fund.
03 April 2018
The US Department of Justice will pursue new fraud charges against Robert Bogucki, after walking away from a dispute over the statute of limitations on an earlier wire fraud indictment.
24 January 2018
The SEC has responded to claims from Rio Tinto executives that it cannot prove fraud charges against them by arguing that it must only show that they had “motive and opportunity” to commit fraud.
24 July 2017
The Department of Justice has hired five new trial attorneys in the criminal fraud section's FCPA unit. Find out who they are.
10 May 2017
Lawyers defending former Autonomy director Shushovan Hussain against wire fraud charges have warned US prosecutors not to use evidence compelled by the UK Financial Reporting Council and obtained by HP, saying it would violate the accused’s Fifth Amendment rights.
05 May 2017
Cravath partner John Buretta has been appointed as the independent monitor for Japanese auto parts manufacturer Takata, as a condition of its US$1 billion settlement with the US Department of Justice.
03 February 2017
Recovering assets from a wealthy sheikh’s personal financial advisor as a young lawyer helped establish a desire for fraud-related work, Ian Hargreaves told GIR upon joining his new firm.
24 January 2017
Hungary’s Central Chief Prosecution Office of Investigation will investigate whether EU funds were misused during the construction of Budapest’s M4 train line, following an investigation by the EU’s anti-fraud office, OLAF.
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