Fellows in the News
What to expect from the EPPO in action?
Wolfgang Spoerr examines the recent launch of the European Public Prosecutor’s Office focusing on jurisdiction reach, procedural rules, forum shopping, etc. w
Deterring Corruption Through Disclosure
Lincoln Caylor’s contribution on how Canada’s proposed beneficial ownership registry signals positive change as it seeks to improve transparency.
Blogs of Interest
Global Investigations Review's 100 2021 women in investigations
Founding Fellow Gretta Fenner has been selected as one of Global Investigations Review's 100 2021 women in investigations for her excellent work and accomplishments.
Anti Money Laundering 2021 | France | ICLG
ICLG published Stéphane Bonifassi’ French update on the Crime of Money Laundering and Criminal Enforcement.
Dead Russian’s $122 Million Riviera Chateau Eludes Creditors
Stéphane Bonifassi filed an appeal with France’s Supreme Court after a lower court rejected creditors’ efforts to reverse the confiscation of a chateau in the Berezovsky estate saga were.
Insights on International Standards Organization and the effect of ISO 37000
For our German speakers, read Daniel Lucien Burh’s insights on International Standards Organization and the effect of ISO 37000.
The Right Not to Be Subjected to Cruel and Unusual Treatment or Punishment: The Case of Minimum Fines
Léon Moubayed authored, “The Right Not to Be Subjected to Cruel and Unusual Treatment or Punishment: The Case of Minimum Fines” analyzed The Court of Appeal of Québec’s recent ruling on the constitutional protection against cruel and unusual treatment or punishment regarding mandatory legal fines.
Fraud Intelligence - What does the Serco trial collapse mean for Deferred Prosecution Agreements?
Harry Traver’s article about possible consequences in individual prosecutions following corporate DPAs in relation to the Serco trial collapse.
The Academy Celebrates its 3rd Anniversary
Legal Business World published a Q&A featuring Co-Founders, Elizabeth Ortega and Gretta Fenner, Fellow Dorothy Siron, and Professor Jennifer Arlen at NYU, highlighting The Academy’s mission and global impact.
Second Circuit Rulings Clarification May Affect Criminal Liability
Jonathan Sack co-authored an article discussing recent Second Circuit rulings clarifying the scope of criminal liability: non-disclosure agreements and insider trading.
Swiss Parliament Amends the Anti-Money Laundering Act and (Inadvertently?) Introduces New Compliance Duties
Daniel Lucien Bühr wrote an article discussing possible intermediary drawbacks resulting from Swiss Parliament’s recent amendments to the Anti-Money Laundering Act.