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Italy implements EU Whistleblower Directive: the new obligations for companies

After a long-lasting legislative process, Italy has joined the group of Members States that have implemented EU Directive no. 2019/1937 on whistleblowing. The new regulation sets a number...

Published Works

Bribery and corruption risks in the manufacturing sector Chief Executive

As the federal government spends more a la the Infrastructure Investment and Job Act, enforcement agencies will be scrutinizing how those funds are being used. Here's how to stay off their...


DOJ announces new policies concerning third party messaging apps and compensation clawbacks

This month, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced various policy changes meant to promote corporate compliance and update DOJ’s “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance...


The False Claims Act Guide: 2022 and the road ahead

In the latest edition of our False Claims Act Guide: 2022 and the road ahead, we analyze the key developments from 2022 and discuss how the most important cases and issues are shaping FCA...


On the greylist – what does this mean?

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has greylisted South Africa, along with Nigeria, for insufficient regulation of financial crimes like money laundering and terrorist financing. South...


Corporate criminal liability in Indonesia under the New Criminal Code – is there any difference?

Corporate criminal liability is not a new concept in Indonesia. However, it is rarely applied given unclear implementing regulation. The New Criminal Code introduces provisions about...


You want what back? Key takeaways from DOJ on compensation clawbacks and compliance programs

On September 15, 2022, Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco released a memorandum titled “Further Revisions to Corporate Criminal Enforcement Policies Following Discussions with...

Hogan Lovells Publications

European Investigations Guide

Multinationals face a variety of questions when confronted with an internal investigation. Especially in Europe, cross-border investigations can be challenging to navigate as every...

Insights and Analysis

Corporate criminal liability and the failure to prevent fraud: a glacial advance
Registered Content

Despite continuing attempts by campaigners including the Serious Fraud Office (“SFO”) over the past few years, any shift towards an expansion of the failure to prevent model of...

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