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A legal wrangle in Australia over the size of penalties that courts can hand to companies in foreign bribery cases could be heard by the country’s highest court.
01 September 2022
A US financial regulator has fined the former CEO of Dutch lender Rabobank’s California arm $20,000 for refusing to hand over documents during an audit of the bank’s anti-money laundering procedures.
19 August 2022
The bill has been called “very ambitious and all-encompassing” in its attempt to better define and punish economic crime in Chile.
08 August 2022
Local practitioners say that the launch of a new white-collar crime agency is a step in the right direction but that the agency needs additional powers to strengthen its bite.
05 August 2022
A DOJ non-prosecution agreement has credited Uber for its cooperation and previous multi-million dollar settlements over a 2016 data hack, but has conditioned the deal on continued assistance with the prosecution of a former executive allegedly responsible for covering up the breach.
26 July 2022
20 July 2022
Corporate criminal liability reform in the UK is at the mercy of political forces after the government’s law review body failed to outline a clear path forward.
21 June 2022
Sanctions should “be at the forefront” of corporate compliance programmes, the US deputy attorney general said in the keynote speech at GIR Live: Women in Investigations on Thursday, adding that an expanding number of industries can be affected by the problem and that a proactive approach could save companies money.
16 June 2022
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