Fellows in the News
Swiss Privilege Ruling a Concern for Companies Seeking Legal Advice Outside of Europe
Saverio Lembo discussed a significant ruling by the Swiss Federal Supreme Court about the relationship between prosecutors and non-European defense lawyers in an article for Global Investigations Review.
FeldensMadruga with UNIDROIT Establish Internship for Brazilian Students
Antenor Madruga’s firm, FeldensMadruga, in partnership with UNIDROIT (International Institute for the Unification of Private Law), is accepting applications from Brazilian nationals at a late-stage undergraduate, postgraduate, or PhD level, for the FELDENSMADRUGA-UNIDROIT Internship, tenable in 2021 at UNIDROIT Headquarters in Rome, Italy.
Blogs of Interest
How Western States Help The Wealthy Avoid Taxes, Creditors
Daniel Pascucci authored a Law360 expert analysis article spotlighting the growing allure of Western states as asset havens, highlighting the need for creditors and claimants to consider robust U.S. enforcement strategies in asset-recovery efforts.
WilmerHale Wins OCC Dismissal of Charges Against Rohan Ramchandani
Heather Nyong’o’s team secured a significant victory on behalf of foreign currency trader Rohan Ramchandani.
Global Realities: How to Intelligently Rethink Supply Chains
Dan Nardello talks about supply chains underscoring the demand to diversify and evaluates new partners given China’s tendency to dominate exports and data.
Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited Agrees to Pay Over $18 Million to Resolve Charges Related to Bribery Scheme in Brazil
Antenor Madruga was part of the team acting for Wood Group who spearheaded the first trilateral settlement recently executed involving the DOJ, the SFO and Brazilian authorities over Amec Foster Wheeler bribes.
A make-or-break moment: Gretta Fenner urges Ukrainian political leaders to speed up asset recovery and remove obstacles to combating corruption
Gretta Fenner appealed to Ukrainian political leaders to support asset recovery, remove roadblocks and empower anti-corruption institutions during her address at the Ukraine 30 Forum.
G7 Agreement on Global Minimum Tax Will Further Squeeze the Caribbean
Bruce Zagaris distilled the G7 agreement and how the global minimum tax initiatives deprive the Caribbean.
Canadian Courts Assist Crypto Recovery
Lincoln Caylor analyzed the Canadian courts’ regulation of cryptocurrency and finds that they have to play catch up.
Problematic Abandonment of Ships and Crews
Mark Pieth shared his views on the problematic abandonment of ships and crews which amounts to a significant violation of human rights.
Eleventh Circuit En Banc Ruling Fails To Resolve Key Issue Regarding Victims’ Right To Confer With Prosecutors
Jonathan Sack reviewed the recent ruling which needs to clarify an important procedural issue under the CVRA: 'when does a victim’s right to confer arise – before charges are filed in court, or only afterward?'.