Topic: Whistleblower

Samherji admits compliance failures in Namibia but denies bribery

The Icelandic fishing company at the centre of an alleged bribes-for-fishing quota scheme in Namibia has apologised for failing to properly monitor the risks associated with hiring consultants in the country.

22 June 2021

Czech penalties for compliance failures “almost laughable”

Companies in the Czech Republic face ineffective deterrents and virtually no incentives to comply with local anti-corruption laws, a lawyer has said.

22 June 2021

OECD: “serious concern” about Poland’s lack of foreign bribery reforms

22 June 2021

ENRC consultant reported Dechert lawyer to SFO in “revenge”

A security consultant for mining company ENRC has admitted in London court to sending a whistleblower report to the SFO in 2012 alleging that a Dechert partner representing the company committed serious professional misconduct.

16 June 2021

US Senate passes bill to protect CFTC whistleblower fund

02 June 2021

DOJ sends subpoena to Eli Lilly in coronavirus-linked case

28 May 2021

Ex-SEC whistleblower chief: focus on the allegations not the whistleblower

Jane Norberg, who led the SEC’s office of the whistleblower from 2016 to 2021, spoke to GIR shortly before joining Arnold & Porter.

24 May 2021

Croatian Supreme Court upholds Jonathan Taylor’s extradition to Monaco

The former SBM Offshore lawyer intends to ask Croatia’s justice minister to block the decision in an extradition battle that has been running for almost a year.

18 May 2021

CFTC whistleblower programme could run dry over payment to ex-Deutsche Bank executive

11 May 2021

Ireland mulls whistleblower reforms

11 May 2021

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