Americas Investigations Review 2022

Americas Investigations Review 2022

Pages: 147

ISBN: 978-1-83862-592-4



  • £200.00

The Americas Investigations Review 2022 contains insight and thought leadership from 21 pre-eminent practitioners from the region. Across 142 pages, it provides an invaluable retrospective on what’s been happening, and where, in the corporate criminal space.
All articles come complete with footnotes with, where appropriate, relevant statistics.
This edition has a particular focus on Brazil and the United States and includes, among other things, overviews on the expectations of the US Department of Justice regarding corporate data systems and how to learn the lessons from an investigation.

Chapters: 

Overviews

  • The Evolution and Current Approach to Corporate Cooperation
    in US Enforcement Investigations
    Virginia Chavez Romano, Tami Stark, Nida Jafrani and Ben Elron
    White & Case LLP
  • How US Authorities Obtain Foreign Evidence in Cross-Border
    Investigations
    Jason Linder, Michael P Heffernan and William D Sinnott
    Mayer Brown LLP
  • Moving Forward after an Investigation
    Frances McLeod, Jenna Voss and Umair Nadeem
    Forensic Risk Alliance

Country-specific: Brazil and United states

  • Brazil: Internal Investigations and Cooperation with
    Enforcement Authorities
    Isabel Franco and Glaucia Ferreira
    Azevedo Sette Advogados
  • Anti-corruption in Brazil: Current Status and the Next Steps
    Carlos Ayres and Carolina Furquim Karla Lini Maeji
    Maeda, Ayres & Sarubbi Advogados
  • Key Considerations in US Government Investigations
    Arian M June, Winston M Paes and Douglas S Zolkind
    Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
  • United States: Use of Data to Detect Crimes and Evaluate Corporate Compliance
    Palmina M Fava, Jessica S Heim, G Zachary Terwilliger and Meghan Natenson
    Vinson & Elkins LLP

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