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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...

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Using anti-bribery and corruption regimes for ESG concerns

Compliance leaders recognize that Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) is a growing concern for U.S. companies, but face challenges in determining how to embed compliance structures...


Stericycle DPA signals more aggressive use of independent compliance monitors

On April 20, 2022, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced it had entered a three-year deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) with Stericycle Inc. to resolve allegations that it...


SEC issues proposal to amend rules to incentivise whistleblowers

On February 10, 2022, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed amendments to Exchange Act Rules 21F-3 and 6, which govern the implementation of its whistleblower program. These ...


Aerospace and Defense Insights: Bribery and Corruption Outlook 2022

Today’s world is increasingly divided between kleptocracies that benefit from corruption as well as financial crimes and governments committed to fighting those crimes. Despite...


Financial Institutions Horizons 2022

At our recent global conference we held in partnership with Global Digital Finance, our keynote speaker suggested that the three major drivers for financial institution regulators and...


UK and U.S. agencies signal increased enforcement focus on financial institutions

The position as set out in this article is correct as at 15 December 2021.On both sides of the Atlantic, key regulatory and enforcement agencies have signaled more aggressive enforcement...


2021 outlook: developments in shareholder litigation

In addition to the 2021 securities, shareholder, and M&A litigation outlook, we have created a three-part podcast series to provide deeper analysis of several topics. Listen for...


Second Circuit doubles down on insider trading liability for corporate outsiders

The Second Circuit recently affirmed the 2018 insider trading conviction of Benjamin Chow, a corporate outsider who was found guilty of tipping his former colleague about a potential...

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