GIR August 2015

Pages: 48

ISBN: 2055-0502



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What do prosecutors think?

That’s the million-dollar question most GIR readers will have spent their careers trying to fathom. So this month, we invited four senior prosecutors and three experienced practitioners to share their thoughts in a debate on corporate internal investigations hosted by Michael Bowes QC at Outer Temple Chambers – London.

The debate featured:

  • David Green QC: Director, UK’s Serious Fraud Office
  • Norbert Reifferscheidt: head of tax investigations at the Public Prosecutors Office, Germany
  • Harry Chernoff: assistant US attorney at the Department of Justice
  • Marianne Djupesland: senior public prosecutor at Norway’s anti-corruption agency, Økokrim
  • Judith Seddon: Clifford Chance
  • Eleanor Davison: Outer Temple Chambers
  • Amanda Raad: Ropes & Gray

Also in this magazine:

  • Germany: 
    • Interview: Albrecht Schreiber and Markus Weimann
    • Investigator’s Guide
    • Investigations Bar
  • Hong Kong appeal judgement boosts privilege protections in internal investigations
  • DOJ targets assets across Europe in VimpelCom probe
  • Conflicts between US DPAs and French law
  • Court confirms limited waiver protection in RBS negotiations with FCA
  • Lawyers outraged by Dutch Prosecutor’s Office attack on legal privilege

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