Fellows in the News
How asset recovery can support the fight against illegal wildlife trade
Giving her perspective on the topic of asset recovery and wildlife trafficking, Gretta Fenner asks: Should assets recovered from corrupt practices linked to wildlife trafficking be channelled into conservation and counter-IWT enforcement efforts?
In the Wake of Kokesh v. SEC: Whither Disgorgement in FCPA Cases
Lucinda Low analyzes Kokesh v. SEC and details how SEC policies will be affected and how unclarified issues in the judgment are likely to increase litigation.
Blogs of Interest
How Lawyers Can Stay Connected Despite Social Distancing
Elizabeth Ortega shares recommendations on how to network during isolation in Legal Business World.
Asset recovery and wildlife trafficking
The third in a series in a series of joint publications with the Basel Institute on Governance looks at the role of asset recovery in tackling illegal wildlife trade. Together with his colleague Amalia Neenan, Academy Founding Fellow Keith Oliver asks: How do you cut the head off the snake?
DOJ's Updated Guidance for Evaluating Corporate Compliance Programs
In his latest contribution, Jonathan Sack discusses the DOJ’s updated compliance guidance, “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs.”
Public-private partnerships against wildlife crime
The second in a series in a series of joint publications with the Basel Institute on Governance looks at the role of public-private partnerships in tackling illegal wildlife trade. See the perspective of Academy Fellow Bruce Zagaris on this topic.
Impact of illegal wildlife trade on business
The first in a series in a series of joint publications with the Basel Institute on Governance looks at the impact of illegal wildlife trade on business. See the perspective of Academy Fellow Antenor Madruga on this topic.
The Return of the Gold Rush
Recently, Mark Pieth was interviewed by "La Vanguardia" about how people are treating the purchase of gold as a sound investment.
Corporate Liability to be Addressed by Swiss Parliament
Mark Pieth, in an interview with the "Financial Times," explains how compromise in Switzerland's ongoing debate surrounding corporate liability is prudent to protect Swiss companies from far-reaching ethical regulations, which may be decided by a popular referendum.
A General Counsel's Guide to Preparing for Coronavirus Investigations
In this article, Adam Hoffinger summarizes procedures that general counsel should follow to prepare for potential investigations that may emerge from the coronavirus pandemic.
Defending Remote Witness Interviews in White Collar and SEC Investigations
David Massey recently co-authored a piece on remote witness interviews in white collar and SEC investigations entitled "Compliance in Focus: Defending Remote Witness Interviews in White Collar and SEC Investigations – Lessons Learned and Emerging Best Practices"