14 May 2020
Brazilian authorities have allayed lingering confusion about whether individuals can be included in corporate leniency deals in a move welcomed by practitioners.
06 May 2020
The senior Peruvian prosecutor addressed the immediate challenges that the coronavirus has presented for the country’s justice system, Peru’s progress in Odebrecht-linked investigations, and what the country can learn from Brazil to improve anti-corruption enforcement.
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.
20 March 2020
Brazil’s prosecutor general has requested that some of the $682 million paid by state-controlled oil company Petrobras to resolve a bribery probe be allocated to financing the fight against the coronavirus.
12 March 2020
Brazilian prosecutors have said petrochemical company Braskem has fulfilled the compliance obligations from its record-breaking $2.6 billion foreign bribery settlement.
07 January 2020
Peruvian construction group Graña y Montero has withdrawn a US$300 million arbitration claim against Peru over a gas pipeline project that collapsed in the wake of the Odebrecht corruption scandal after reaching a deal with the country’s prosecutors.
14 November 2019
Brazil’s CGU and AGU have agreed an almost 2 billion reais settlement with construction company OAS to resolve bribery allegations tied to the sprawling Operation Car Wash investigation.
31 October 2019
Spain’s National Court has approved charges against construction company FCC for alleged corruption linked to €82 million it paid as part of a series of construction projects in Panama.
19 July 2019
Three Peruvian law firms, including Baker McKenzie member firm Estudio Echecopar, were raided last week by investigators probing alleged bribes paid by scandal-hit Brazilian construction company Odebrecht.
31 May 2019
Research recently published shows which Latin American countries have been proactive and which have lagged behind in tackling corruption tied to Odebrecht after the company resolved a foreign bribery scandal in 2016.
Deborah Luskin, Anant Modi, Selma Della Santina and Sarah Wrigley
Benjamin S Haley, Sarah Crowder, Randall D Friedland and Thomas McGuire
Jason J Kang, Daniel S Lee, Nan Wang, Ryan Middlemas and Hangil Lee
Simone Nadelhofer and Daniel Lucien Bühr
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