Fellows in the News
When a Strategic Narrative Wins and How to Achieve It
Elizabeth Ortega's article, featured in Legal Business World, examines the importance of defining your narrative at the onset.
Can Swiss Refineries Get Ahead of Counterfeiters?
Mark Pieth provides insight into the gold industry and gold laundering for this Spanish version of an SWI article about how refineries are winning at staying ahead of counterfeiters.
2019 Basel AML Index Published
Basel AML Index, an independent annual ranking accessing money laundering and terrorist financing worldwide, was just published for 2019.
New Business Roundtable Statement
David Massey recently wrote about the new Business Roundtable statement on the purposes of a corporation.
Analysis on Legality of Exchange of Financial Intelligence
Antenor Madruga co-published an analysis on the legality of the exchange of financial intelligence by Financial Intelligence Units, Egmont Group members and the efficacy of such data in money laundering crimes.
GIR‘s Extradition Know-How 2019
GIR‘s Extradition Know-How 2019 features Stephane Bonifassi’s review from a French perspective.
FARA’s Wide Scope
Contributing to “Global Investigations Review,” Professor Bruce Zagaris explains that while there may be more enforcement tools and actions under FARA, compliance still lacks.
The Necessary Balance Between Public Interest and Private Protection
Antenor Madruga writes on the need to strike a balance between public interest and private protection in compliance programs.
The Impact of the US v Martoma Decision
Ben Gruenstein writes on the impact of the US v Martoma decision for “personal benefit” requirements in insider trading matters.
The article summarizes the evolution of that key requirement from its inception through today and examines what this most recent shift might mean for future criminal prosecutions.
Unpacking US v Connolly
In an in-depth interview with Corporate Crime Reporter, RK&O partner David B. Massey discusses the details of the groundbreaking US v. Connolly case.
Arbitrators Need to Look Beyond Contracts and into Criminal Law
Stephane Bonifassi’s article, "Arbitration Now Requires Knowledge of Criminal Law Principles," cautioning arbitrators to look beyond applicable criminal laws, has been featured in NY PCCE's Compliance and Enforcement blog.