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Hong Kong and the cauldron of compliance

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Show me the money (laundering)!

Brochures

Guide on Internal Investigations in Germany 2019

Document seizures, discussions about privilege, ongoing data privacy challenges and plans of the German government to regulate internal investigations are just a few topics that raise many...

Published Works

INSIGHT: Defendants May Seek to Use Discovery to Soften Impact of SCOTUS Decision

Defendants in False Claims Act cases may be able to limit the impact of a recent Supreme Court decision, Hogan Lovells attorneys say. The court clarified application of the law’s...

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U.S. and Brazilian Authorities Reportedly Cooperating in Investigation of Alleged Bribery and Price Fixing Related to Medical Equipment Sales in Brazil

In a May 17, 2019 press report that has been widely distributed in Brazil and the United States, Brazilian Federal Prosecutor Marisa Ferrari confirmed that the U.S. Federal Bureau of...

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With Cochise Decision, Supreme Court Expands Limitations Period in Declined Qui Tam Cases

The Supreme Court handed down its decision today in Cochise Consultancy, Inc. v. United States ex rel. Hunt, a closely-watched case about the False Claims Act’s (FCA) statute of...

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DOJ issues new guidance regarding cooperation in False Claims Act investigations

Continuing its recent trend of revising and issuing new white collar enforcement guidance, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) on Tuesday announced a new policy[1] governing when...

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