05 June 2020
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has awarded over a fifth of its total whistleblower payouts in the first five months of 2020.
24 April 2020
A former BNY Mellon managing director claims the investment bank fired him for raising concerns over a potentially illegal asset management decision.
11 September 2019
Spain’s legal culture could be at odds with the government’s signalled whistleblower reforms if they include financial incentives, lawyers have said.
03 May 2019
A whistleblower and an alleged scheme to steal trade secrets are at the heart of a bribery dispute between a US company and its former Chinese distributor.
04 April 2019
Witnesses told a Congressional hearing that it is “imperative” for lawmakers to fix a recent Supreme Court decision that harms both whistleblowers and companies.
28 February 2019
A federal appeals court decision in San Francisco has thrown into question protections for whistleblowers who bring foreign bribery concerns to their employers.
19 February 2019
Australia’s parliament has passed a long-awaited bill that beefs up whistleblower protections at a time when cracking down on corporate misconduct is squarely in the public mindset.
19 November 2018
Whistleblowers sent the UK Financial Conduct Authority over a thousand reports of potential wrongdoing in the past year, but only 1% sparked investigations.
10 May 2018
Holland & Knight has recruited former Foley & Lardner partner Jonathan Halpern as a partner in its white-collar defence and investigations practice.
09 March 2018
From privilege wrangles in Europe to corruption investigations in the Middle East, GIR speaks to leading investigations lawyers around the world on what to expect in 2018.
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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