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New DOJ Guidance Reflects an Evolution in the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs

USA - May 2 2019 On April 30, 2019, the DOJ's Criminal Division published an updated Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs Guidance Document (“the Guidance”)...

Daniel Flaherty, Andrew Kaplan.

Modern Slavery Compliance For U.S.-based (and Other) Multinationals: A Review of Recent Compliance and Disclosure Developments in the United States and Abroad

USA, Australia, United Kingdom, OECD, Canada - April 22 2019 Modern slavery compliance is becoming a bigger focus at U.S.-based and other multinationals. Compliance continues to evolve at a rapid pace. Over the...

Ryan Rohlfsen, Andrew J. Dale, Michael R. Littenberg, Nellie V. Binder.

UK Home Office Ramps Up Modern Slavery Statement Expectations - Recent Developments and Compliance Recommendations for Multinationals

United Kingdom - November 12 2018 Over the last month, the UK Home Office has sent letters to more than 17,000 companies that it believes are required to publish an annual statement...

Andrew J. Dale, Michael R. Littenberg.

UK Court dismisses first challenge to new AML powers

United Kingdom - October 11 2018 The UK National Crime Agency (NCA) has successfully defended the first challenge to its new power to require individuals to explain how they have...

Judith Seddon, Matthew Burn, Sarah Lambert-Porter.

Common sense prevails in the UK’s battle over Legal Professional Privilege

United Kingdom - September 5 2018 Companies around the world can finally breathe a sigh of relief today with respect to the UK's position on privilege in criminal investigations. In a...

Judith Seddon, Matthew Burn.