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The owners of a medical services company says the Anglo-Swiss commodities trader appointed a “bogus doctor” to manage clinics their company operated for workers in Glencore-owned mines.
26 October 2022
05 September 2022
A judge denied JPMorgan’s motion for summary judgment against the case of a former employee who was fired after pointing out problems with the company’s anti-bribery efforts, but struck down the employee’s argument that the bank hindered her job search.
28 July 2022
08 September 2021
A London court has ruled that US bank JPMorgan unfairly dismissed a cash equities trader over historic allegations of spoofing to “appease its regulators”.
07 July 2021
A US federal court has dismissed a lawsuit brought by a Brazilian who alleged that he was retaliated against after raising concerns about potential fraud and bribery.
29 June 2021
Former Reed Smith partner Jennifer Achilles, who recently has been advising a Chinese business on an unusual FCPA-related lawsuit against a public US company, joins Blank Rome.
20 May 2021
The UK’s anti-fraud agency is contesting an employment tribunal decision that it unfairly dismissed Tom Martin, the former case controller previously in charge of the long-running Unaoil bribery investigation.
23 April 2021
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