The Investigations Review of the Americas 2016

Pages: 66

ISBN: 2056-6980



  • £150.00

The front-line perspective to conducting investigations in the Americas, covering the most important themes from digital forensics and handling internal investigations, to whistle-blowing and managing relationships with government enforcers. Each chapter is written by leading practitioners and firms in their jurisdiction to provide the clearest possible insight.

Chapters:

  • Cross-border overview: anti-corruption enforcement in Latin America (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer)
  • Cross-border overview: building a robust internal investigation function (Ernst & Young)
  • Cross-border overview: international cartel investigations in the United States (Miller & Chevalier)
  • Cross-border overview: managing third-party risk toward a systematic approach (Ernst & Young)
  • Cross-border overview: maximising privilege protection under US and English law (Herbert Smith Freehills)
  • Brazil: establishing effective compliance regimes (Demarest Advogados)
  • Brazil: handling internal investigations (Urquiza Pimentel e Fonti Advogados)
  • Canada: R v Durward, a bid-rigging trial by jury (Fasken Martineau)
  • Mexico: overview (Von Wobeser y Sierra SC)
  • United States: handling internal investigations (Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP)
  • United States: whistleblowers and self-reporting (Baker Botts LLP)
  • United States: white-collar crime defence (Bird Marella Boxer Wolpert Nessim Drooks Lincenberg & Rhow PC)
  • Venezuela: Overview (D'Empaire Reyna Abogados)

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