Topic: Wrongful dismissal

Dutch court orders Ghosn to pay Nissan €5 million

21 May 2021

Reed Smith partner moves to Blank Rome

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

SFO appeals against unfair dismissal ruling of former Unaoil case controller

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

Toyota under investigation for potential bribery in Thailand

Japanese car manufacturer Toyota said in a securities filing that it is under investigation for possible anti-bribery violations tied to a subsidiary in Thailand.

18 March 2021

DOJ pressure behind Unaoil case controller firing

The UK Serious Fraud Office unfairly dismissed the lead prosecutor on the long-running Unaoil bribery investigation following pressure from the US Justice Department, an employment tribunal has concluded.

17 February 2021

Whistleblowing: Effective handling of whistleblower allegations at financial institutions

Polly James and Catherine Turner at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner in London explore what makes investigating whistleblower disclosures particularly tricky, what mindset is required to conduct these investigations successfully, and what best practice for conducting them might look like.

11 February 2021

GIR’s top stories of 2020

A collection of GIR’s most-read stories as well as the editorial team’s favourite news articles, interviews, and features from 2020.

18 December 2020

Canada’s whistleblower protections improved by threat of prosecution for retaliators

Featured in Investigator's Guide to Canada

Canada’s ability to prosecute those within the private sector who retaliate against whistleblowers has provided a significant incentive for company executives to protect individuals who report possible misconduct, a Canadian lawyer said at GIR’s Women in Investigations conference.

16 November 2020

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