Fellows in the News
3 Anti-Corruption Takeaways From The War in Ukraine
Nicola Bonucci discusses private sector gatekeepers’ role and effect on global security in the World Economic Forum.
China Posits Central Bank Digital Currency as the Answer to the Global Crypto Craze
Dorothy Siron writes on the cryptocurrency market wipe-out and considers looking into China as a mechanism.
Cryptocurrencies in Asia and beyond: law, regulation and enforcement
Dorothy Siron presents a detailed research and her unique experience in asset recovery and fraud in the Asian region.
For those fluent in Portuguese, Isadora Fingermann writes on tax representation for criminal purposes.
Swiss Freeze of Russian Assets Stands at $6.3 Billion
Mark Pieth condemns the Swiss government’s lack of action when it comes to Russian Sanctions.
Cybersecurity and Individual Liability: "United States v. Sullivan" and the Criminalization of a Cyber Attack Response
Jonathan Sack analyzes a pending federal criminal prosecution wherein an individual has been charged with fraud arising from Uber Technologies’ response to a 2016 data breach.
Jury Rejects Wire Fraud Charges in Boeing Crash Prosecution
Jonathan Sack writes about the US government’s reliance on an expansive theory of "right to control” wire fraud and zeroes in on the importance of a vigorous defense on the facts and the law.
Law Firms Must Prioritize Mental Health In Internal Comms
Elizabeth Ortega raises awareness about mental health by outlining ways to normalize the conversation and how to address inherent stressors in the legal profession.
Hunt for Oligarch Assets Adds New Urgency to Canada's Plan for Beneficial Ownership Registry
Lincoln Caylor discusses the need of a beneficial ownership registry in Canada and notes, “that the widely available nature of the information can bolster tracking and enforcement efforts.”
France Sharpens its Rules on Companies Sharing Information Abroad
Stephane Bonifassi explains how France needs to clarify blocking statute language before adjusting penalties.