GIR February 2018
In this edition of GIR, we look to the year ahead from somewhat esoteric privilege disputes in Europe, to heavy-handed corruption crackdowns in the Middle East.
In this issue:
On the Horizon: Investigations in 2018
- International cooperation: for better or worse?
- Argentina introduces corporate criminal liability
- Australia to toughen up its enforcement powers
- Rising bribery risk in China
- Tough new data protection regulations kick in
- German court to rule on Jones Day privilege dispute
- ENRC appeal ruling to create new litigation privilege definition
- French authorities search for the next DPA
- David Green and the future of the SFO
- What’s next for Brexit?
- Legislation post-Panama Papers: who’s running the show?
- The rise of the whistleblower
- Operation Car Wash shifts gear
- Which political heads will roll?
- Growing enforcement in the Middle East
- The treatment of criminal profits in French CJIPs
- Bias in monitorship selections has become a ‘self-perpetuating myth’
- Draft American law puts banks on collision course with Europe’s GDPR
- Recent NPAs set ‘troubling precedent’
- SEC saves Morgan Lewis lawyers from privilege grilling
- Singapore considers adopting a senior managers regime
- Swiss Supreme Court reins in tax authority’s international data sharing
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