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A French financial prosecutor has said that the agency cannot afford to break confidentiality guarantees placed on information companies voluntarily share during settlement negotiations.
21 June 2023
16 June 2023
As the cyber insurance market continues to mature, claim disputes will occur with greater frequency. The importance of the procurement process in laying the foundation for a successful insurance recovery in the current climate cannot be overlooked.
09 June 2023
The former senior counsel to Criminal Division chief Kenneth Polite will now assist David Fuhr in leading the Fraud Section’s foreign bribery unit.
02 June 2023
“It seems like sanctions and export control are becoming greater priorities,” said one Dutch lawyer. But not everyone is convinced.
25 May 2023
The Department of Justice has seen a “shift in the frequency" of voluntary self-disclosures since rolling out policies incentivizing companies to come forwards with their misconduct.
24 May 2023
The former Criminal Division chief reflected on her career in interviews with GIR after retiring from the partnership at Latham & Watkins in late 2022.
23 May 2023
London practitioners have high hopes for Therese Chambers, an FCA veteran who has been with the agency for 20 years, and Steve Smart, the current director of intelligence at the National Crime Agency, who will join in June.
23 May 2023
Lawyers in various EU countries say that the European Commission’s new proposals for an anti-corruption directive represent an ambitious proposal that could streamline enforcement across the bloc and improve cross-border cooperation on white-collar crime.
15 May 2023
05 May 2023
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