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Global Investigations Review | USA | 9 Oct 2019

DOJ counterintelligence chief teases self-disclosure tweaks

The chief of the US Justice Department's counterintelligence and export control section has alluded to an updated policy on how companies are expected

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Global Investigations Review | USA, China | 31 Jul 2019

Convicted Alstom exec offers candid account of attorney interactions

A former Alstom executive's controversial book about his foreign bribery prosecution in the US has become a best-seller in China. His account is

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Global Investigations Review | United Kingdom, Greece | 29 Jul 2019

Greece convicts three UK nationals in Johnson & Johnson bribery case

An Athens court has convicted former Johnson & Johnson executives in connection with a long-running investigation into allegations that the company

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Global Investigations Review | United Kingdom | 24 Jul 2019

Publication of embargoed Tesco and Sarclad (XYZ) DPAs leads to calls for anonymisation

This article considers the UK's fourth deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) and highlights some implications it has for the negotiation of global

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Global Investigations Review | United Kingdom | 24 Jul 2019

HMRC outlines benefits of self-reporting tax offences, while SFO fraud guidance expected to reward privilege waiver and compliance programmes

Just over six months into her tenure as Director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO), Lisa Osofsky announced that she would soon be issuing guidance for

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Global Investigations Review | USA | 24 Jul 2019

Dropping the Pilot DOJ's toned-down Corporate Enforcement Policy reduces the burden on business and could improve information sharing

In April 2016, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) announced a new one-year Pilot Program' to provide greater transparency on expectations for

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Global Investigations Review | United Kingdom | 24 Jul 2019

Court of Appeal jimenez decision strengthens UK taxman's long arm

The recent Court of Appeal case of Jimenez v HMRC has furthered the powers of UK authorities to obtain information located outside the jurisdiction for the purposes of an investigation. The decision confirms that the United Kingdom's tax authori

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Global Investigations Review | United Kingdom | 24 Jul 2019

Corporate liability and deferred prosecution agreements in the United Kingdom: a post-Bribery Act 2010 analysis

Corporate liability and the failure-to-prevent model have been the subject of further parliamentary discussion in the United Kingdom with the

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Global Investigations Review | Global | 19 Jun 2019

Complying with Breach Notification Obligations in a Global Setting: A Legal Perspective

Technological advances have led to previously unimaginable computing capabilities. As these advances have continued to evolve in recent years, so too

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Global Investigations Review | USA | 19 Jun 2019

The 'Art' of Investigating: Responding and Investigating at the Same Time and Overseeing a Privileged Forensic Investigation

Incident response requires an immediate, coordinated effort to gather the facts and execute an incident response plan that enables a company reacting

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