The Investigations Review of the Americas 2018

Pages: 84

ISBN: 2056-6980



  • £150.00

The Investigations Review of the Americas 2018 is produced in partnership with leading law firms and forensics advisory practices to give our readers the front-line perspective on important topics in cross-border internal and government investigations.

This year’s edition has been revised and updated and includes – for the first time – enforcer perspectives.

Chapters: 

Cross-border overviews

  • Cyber breach notification requirements (Hogan Lovells)
  • Data privacy and transfers in cross-border investigations (Morrison & Foerster)
  • Economic sanctions enforcement and investigations (Sullivan & Cromwell)
  • International cartel investigations in the United States (Miller & Chevalier)
  • Managing multi-jurisdictional investigations in Latin America (Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr e Quiroga Advogados)
  • Maximising privilege protection under US and English law (Herbert Smith Freehills)
  • The cooperation landscape between UK and US regulators (Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP)

Enforcer overviews

  • CADE's recent developments and challenges
  • The Petrobras case - administrative penalties for corruption in Brazil
  • The World Bank

Country chapters

  • Argentina: current anti-corruption landscape (Mitrani Caballero Ojam & Ruiz Moreno)
  • Brazil: handling internal investigations (Campos Mello Advogados)
  • Canada (Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP)
  • United States: 2017 mid-year FCPA update (EY)
  • United States: donating to an independent, charitable co-pay foundation: considerations for general counsel and chief compliance officers (EY)
  • United States: handling internal investigations (Kirkland & Ellis)
  • United States: securities enforcement and investigations (Sidley Austin LLP)
  • Venezuela: criminal liability of company directors and corruption through use of intermediaries (D'Empaire Reyna Abogados)

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