Members in the News
Can the World Stop the Bucking Bronco? The Need to Balance the Expanding Anti-Money Laundering Regimes
Prosperitas published Bruce Zagaris’ analysis on the need to balance increasing anti-money laundering regimes.
Anti Money Laundering 2019 Guide
Stephane Bonifassi’s France: Anti-Money Laundering 2019 was published by Global Legal Group
U.S. v. Connolly: “Outsourcing” a Government Investigation — And How to Avoid It
David Massey’s analysis of the U.S. v. Connolly opinion dealing with “outsourcing” a government investigation published by NY PCCE Compliance & Enforcement, Jennifer Arlen’s Blog.
SNC-Lavalin Blowback: Reconsidering corporate criminal liability
The FCPA Blog published Lincoln Caylor’s article about the little-discussed nuances of Canadian corporate criminal liability.
Ben Gruenstein and Dave Stuart Participate in Momentum's 2019 A.C.E.S. Compliance Summit
Ben Gruenstein brainstormed enforcement priorities and self-reporting/cooperation, among other goals, with officials from DOJ, SEC and OFAC at American University’s Washington School of Law in Washington, DC.
Legal policy considerations on corporate criminal law
Wolfgang Spoerr explains why Parliament should not regulate internal investigations led by lawyers.
Practice Alert: UK court accepts jurisdiction in hotly-contested Russian dispute
The FCPA Blog featured Lincoln Caylor’s article about the UK’s significant ruling on jurisdiction involving Keith Oliver.
The International Academy of Financial Crime Litigators: Q&A with co-founder Elizabeth Ortega
Elizabeth Ortega talks all things The Academy in a Q&A published by The Basel Institute.
Fighting the Root Causes of Corruption
Gretta Fenner delivered the key note speech outlining some of the root causes of corruption at the 2019 ACFE Fraud Conference Europe.
Singapore Court of Appeal settles basis for the Singapore Courts’ contempt jurisdiction and rules against retrospective application of new contempt laws
Read about Abraham Vergis’ involvement in a recently entered landmark, Singapore court of appeal decision clarifying contempt jurisdiction.
Business Development: When Should You Sing a Different Tune?
Elizabeth Ortega explains in her business development article for “Legal Business World” how stepping away from risk-averse tendencies can inspire new approaches to tackling difficult cases the same way a song can transport you to a different time, place or emotional state.