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Less is More? DOJ Signals Shift to More Targeted Evidence Collection

USA - June 27 2022 For a corporation receiving a grand jury subpoena, the most difficult (and expensive) part of a U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) inquiry is often…

Michael Francisco, Milligan J. G. Goldsmith, Patrick Rowan

DOJ and SEC Kick Off the Second Quarter with Major FCPA Settlement with International Waste Management Company

USA - April 25 2022 On April 20, 2022, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) separately announced that Stericycle Inc…

Jah Akande, Elissa N. Baur, Benjamin A. O'Neil

New Revelations in Ukraine Lead to Tightening Global Sanctions

European Union, Russia, Ukraine, USA - April 8 2022 As the world watched in horror over the atrocities occurring in the war zones of Ukraine this week, global leaders re-doubled their efforts to bring…

Elissa N. Baur, Edwin O. Childs, Jason H. Cowley, Laura Colombell Marshall, Patrick Rowan

Western Companies Starting to Feel Impact of Russian Sanctions

European Union, Russia, Ukraine, USA - March 24 2022 As we approach the thirty day mark since the United States, and other Western countries began imposing a series of rigorous sanctions on the Russian…

Elissa N. Baur, Edwin O. Childs, Jason H. Cowley, Laura Colombell Marshall, Patrick Rowan

FinCEN Encourages “Increased Vigilance” and Highlights Red Flags for Evasion of Russian Sanctions including Use of Virtual Currency

Russia, Ukraine, USA - March 16 2022 The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) has issued an alert encouraging all financial institutions to be “vigilant” against efforts by…

Laura Colombell Marshall, Matthew E. Orso, Bryan M. Weynand