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US management consultancy McKinsey & Company plans to rigorously defend itself after South African prosecutors charged the business over its alleged role in a procurement bribery scheme.
03 October 2022
06 September 2022
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
The Israeli mining magnate has switched up his legal team as he attempts to overturn his landmark foreign bribery conviction.
31 August 2022
British businessman Bernie Ecclestone has denied trying to conceal his ownership of an offshore trust in Singapore from the UK tax agency.
22 August 2022
A New York federal judge vacated the guilty plea of a former Deutsche Bank trader who allegedly conspired to manipulate the Libor interest benchmark after his alleged co-conspirators had their convictions overturned by an appeals court earlier this year.
08 August 2022
A London judge won’t decide on potential legal costs the Serious Fraud Office owes mining company ENRC until after a separate trial to determine loss and causation is concluded.
04 August 2022
Dechert will hand over £20 million in interim costs to ENRC in the latest development in the miner’s ongoing proceedings against the law firm, its former partner Neil Gerrard, and the SFO.
03 August 2022
An appeal court in Milan has upheld a decision to throw out corruption charges against Anglo-Dutch energy company Shell and Italian oil company Eni over an alleged bribery scheme in Nigeria.
19 July 2022
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