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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...


New economic crime and corporate transparency bill: All bark and no bite?
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Thursday 13 October 2022 saw the second reading of the draft Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill, containing a raft of different measures including new and expanded powers for...


Corruption in the telecoms sector: beware the elephant in the room

The corruption risks of the telecommunications sector are too often given cursory consideration as, historically, there has been a keener focus on the extractive and energy sectors. Those...

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Salvaging and safeguarding privilege: lessons from the ENRC litigation
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The ENRC litigation has brought privilege to the fore like few other cases in recent years. From the groundbreaking Court of Appeal decision in 2018, to disclosure battles in 2020 over...


The UK's “revolving door” culture is relatively unregulated – but is change on the horizon?

On 1 November 2021, the independent Committee on Standards in Public Life published a report recommending sweeping changes to lobbying rules in the UK. The Committee’s 103-page report ...


UK SFO Publishes DPA Guidance: comparing and contrasting the approach of the U.S. DOJ to DPAs

The United Kingdom Serious Fraud Office (SFO) recently published comprehensive guidance on Deferred Prosecution Agreements (DPAs). Lisa Osofsky, Director of the SFO, stated, “Over the ...


Not a silver bullet: public procurement lessons from the G4S DPA

On 17 July 2020, a three-year Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) between the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and G4S Care & Justice Services (UK) Ltd (G4S) was approved. This DPA is the...

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Successor liability: Stamping out corruption is good for business

The responsibility to "clean up" corrupt business practices in the developing world has more often than not fallen to foreign-based investors as opposed to the authorities in those...

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