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DOJ Relaxes “All or Nothing” Yates Memo

USA - November 29 2018 The U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) has softened its policy known as the “Yates Memo.” That policy required companies to produce all relevant...

Thomas Zeno.


The audit committee’s evolving role in overseeing corporate investigations

USA - September 23 2013 During the past decade, a confluence of economic, political, legislative and regulatory forces have created an environment in which internal...

Frank M. Placenti, Joseph Walker.


New Brazilian anti-corruption law

Brazil - July 18 2013 Boosted by the recent popular manifestation in Brazil against corruption and extreme expenses in preparation for the 2014 World Cup and the 2016...


Transparency International’s 2013 Global Corruption Survey paints a worrying picture of corruption and bribery in the UK

United Kingdom, Global - July 18 2013 Last week's publication of Transparency International's 2013 Global Corruption Barometersparked a number of headlines in the UK press and no doubt...


Is the review of UK anti-bribery legislation a sign that the Government’s war on red tape has gone too far?

United Kingdom - June 14 2013 If recent press reports are to be believed, in particular those emanating from the Financial Times ("FT"), the British Government is considering...