PRO In-depth

The International Investigations Review

Under what circumstances can the corporate entity itself be charged with a crime? What are the possible penalties? Under what circumstances should a corporation voluntarily self-report potential misconduct on the part of its employees? Is it a realistic option for a corporation to defend itself at trial against a government agency? And how does a corporation manage the delicate interactions with employees whose conduct is at issue? The International Investigations Review answers these questions and many more and will serve as an indispensable guide when your clients face criminal or regulatory scrutiny in a country other than your own.



  • ArgentinaBruchou, Fernández Madero & Lombardi
  • AustraliaNyman Gibson Miralis
  • AustriaWKK Law
  • BelgiumLinklaters LLP
  • BrazilSiqueira Castro Advogados
  • ChileBofill Escobar Abogados
  • ChinaGlobal Law Office
  • DenmarkHorten Law Firm
  • European UnionLinklaters LLP
  • FranceDebevoise & Plimpton LLP
  • GreeceANAGNOSTOPOULOS Criminal Law & Litigation
  • Hong KongSlaughter and May
  • IrelandMatheson
  • ItalyStudio Legale Pulitano-Zanchetti
  • JapanMomo-o Matsuo & Namba
  • PolandSołtysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak
  • SingaporeAllen & Gledhill LLP
  • South KoreaShin & Kim
  • SpainDe Pedraza Abogados
  • SwedenSetterwalls Advokatbyrå AB
  • SwitzerlandCMS von Erlach Poncet AG
  • USASullivan & Cromwell LLP