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David Martin Fights Huawei Exec’s Extradition to the U.S., Gets Bail
As an attorney for Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei’s Chief Financial Officer, David Martin is battling his client Meng Wanzhou’s extradition to the U.S. from Vancouver amid allegations she circumvented U.S. sanctions against Iran in her dealings with an Iranian mobile phone company.
Bruce Zagaris Unpacks Huawei Executive’s Extradition Case
In a blog post for the “IELR Blog,” Bruce Zagaris looks at the charges pending against Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou, who faces extradition to the U.S. from Canada stemming from her dealings with an Iranian mobile phone company. Those deals allegedly circumvent U.S. sanctions against Iran.
Bruce Zagaris Explains Indictments in Panama Papers Investigation
In his post for the International Enforcement Law Reporter’s blog, Bruce Zagaris explains the indictment that charges four individuals with wire fraud, money laundering and other financial crimes uncovered by the Panama Papers investigation.
Mihai Mareş Describes Romania’s Anticorruption Pursuit
Frederick Davis Examines Privilege in France
As a co-author for “Global Investigations Review’s Privilege Know-How 2018: France,” Frederick Davis and his colleagues from Debevoise & Plimpton examine the legal landscape in France with regards to attorney-client privilege.
Gretta Fenner Addresses Wildlife Trafficking
In her article, co-authored by her colleague Simon Marsh, Gretta Fenner explains to “The FCPA Blog” that organized crime groups profiting from trafficking illegal wildlife products escape true punishment when they use Kenya as their route to sell illegal wildlife products.
Gretta Fenner on Government Compliance
Gretta Fenner addresses government compliance in The Wall Street Journal, saying " Governments may be ticking the right boxes in terms of formal compliance, but in reality [they are] neglecting enforcement of laws and measures to prevent and combat money laundering and related financial crimes."