Work Area: E-discovery

Criminal Division rolls out guidance on compensation clawbacks

Assistant attorney general Kenneth Polite on Friday outlined new DOJ policies concerning compensation clawbacks, third-party messaging platforms, and monitorships.

03 March 2023

Mintz Group expands in Asia

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“The acquisition provides the kind of investment to really be a leader in the region”, Mintz’s managing partner in Asia said.

06 September 2022

SFO, CPS renew calls for expansion of the failure-to-prevent model

The addition of a failure-to-prevent offence would be a “welcome addition to the tools available for prosecutors” to ensure proper accountability for those involved in wrongdoing, the head of public prosecutions at the CPS said.

05 September 2022

UK lawyers point out holes in new property register

Speaking to GIR about a new registry for overseas owners of UK property, lawyers said that while the transparency rules are theoretically beneficial, certain glaring loopholes leave it vulnerable.

18 August 2022

South Africa's NPA to be trained in e-forensics by business association

10 August 2022

DOJ doesn’t oppose subpoenas in Autonomy criminal case

16 November 2021

The GIR 100 2021: now live

The GIR 100 2021, the guide to the best law firms and consultancies to turn to in the lifecycle of an international investigation, is now online.

10 November 2021

SFO “learning the lessons” from Serco trial collapse

SFO director Lisa Osofsky said her agency “could have done things differently and better” in the failed prosecution of former executives of UK outsourcing company Serco.

03 November 2021

SFO to request postponement of G4S executives’ trial

The UK’s Serious Fraud Office has told a London court that it will ask to delay the fraud trial of three former executives at prison services provider G4S by a year.

29 September 2021

Australia ushers in US Cloud Act-style law

Australian enforcement agencies have been granted the power to force communication service providers with a presence in the country to hand over data even if the information is stored abroad, in a move that local politicians hope will significantly speed up criminal investigations.

24 June 2021

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