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A US printing business has reached civil settlements with three US agencies for exporting sensitive military and aerospace data to China and Germany without the required licences.
01 March 2023
The chief investigator at the UK’s Serious Fraud Office highlighted some factors behind the agency’s recent successes and outlined areas where it can improve.
27 February 2023
09 February 2023
A London court has laid out a roadmap for law enforcement agencies to hold businesses in the UK responsible for crimes that occur in their overseas supply chains, lawyers say.
03 February 2023
OFSI recently gained powers to disclose details of apparent financial sanctions violations in cases that don’t attract a fine.
01 February 2023
A senior official at the National Crime Agency said his agency is ramping up pressure on businesses and individuals that are aiding Russian sanctions evasion.
31 January 2023
A December 2022 memo penned by Attorney General Merrick Garland is the latest iteration of what lawyers have described as DOJ leadership’s flip-flopping position on how harsh prosecutors should be in charging decisions.
25 January 2023
The UK’s financial intelligence unit received nearly one million reports of suspicious financial activity in 2022.
25 January 2023
The US’ civil sanctions enforcer should provide more clarity on when cases are considered egregious and provide further details on its cooperation with international partners as part of its enforcement guidance overhaul, practitioners said.
23 January 2023
Lawyers said France’s latest corporate settlement guidelines reassure companies about the benefits of self-reporting misconduct to prosecutors.
19 January 2023
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