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SEC-USAO Bring Insider Trading Case That is “Newman-Proof”

When anyone discusses insider trading these days Newman invariably becomes a key topic. Prosecutors decry the decision and its tipping standard. Little doubt why. It has been offered as a defense in innumerable cases. A...more

Raising the Stakes for AML Compliance Officers: Court Refuses to Rule Out Potential Liability for Role in Employer's BSA...

Why it matters - A federal court judge in Minnesota has rejected the motion of a former chief compliance officer to dismiss the U.S. government's claim that he is liable under the federal Bank Secrecy Act for his...more

Global Anti-Bribery Year-in-Review: 2015 Developments and Predictions for 2016

I. Introduction: Enforcement Trends and Priorities - Among other significant developments, 2015 saw the U.S. Department of Justice (the “DOJ” or the “Department”) document a policy priority of holding individuals...more

Red Notice Newsletter - January 2016

ANTICORRUPTION DEVELOPMENTS - Convicted Printing Company Ordered to Pay £2.2 Million - On January 8, 2016, the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) announced that Smith & Ouzman Ltd, a U.K. security printing company, was...more

LIBOR acquittals: Keep calm and carry on

Here’s some information that may shock certain sections of the media: Not everyone charged with a crime will be, or should be, found guilty. Even people with a case to answer on paper can still, quite properly, be acquitted....more

January 2016: Trial Practice Update

DOJ’s New Policies Target Executives of Corporate America. The United States Department of Justice has raised the stakes in corporate criminal investigations, and general counsel, corporate executives, and board members...more

Saudi Arabia Update - January 2016

Legal Developments - Labor Law – weekends are not part of annual leave - The Saudi Arabian Labor Law provides that employees shall be entitled to 21 days of paid leave annually, to be increased to 25 days upon...more

CFTC Alert: 2015 CFTC Year-in-Review, and a Look Forward

CFTC continues to bring high-profile, large-penalty enforcement cases; begins bringing cases to enforce Dodd-Frank Act implementing regulations; and embarks on post-Dodd-Frank Act regulatory initiatives. Please see...more

Purposeful Due Diligence Is More Than A Compliance Shield [Video]

In the second part of a Front-Line Interview, Control Risks CEO, Richard Fenning, addresses the deployment of due diligence as elevating, enhancing, and complementing a sensible risk-based approach to corruption risk. In this...more

Update: LASPO reforms to apply to insolvency proceedings from April 2016

As reported in Reed Smith’s March 2015 client alert, insolvency practitioners currently enjoy an exemption from the provisions of Part 2 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (LASPO). These...more

"Financial Relationships Likely to Be a Focus in Life Sciences Enforcement and Litigation"

For more than a decade, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has zealously pursued enforcement actions against the health care industry. Given the continued growth in government spending on health care and the billions of dollars...more

"Aggressive Government Enforcement Continues: How Will Individual Prosecutions Impact Activity Against Institutions?"

U.S. authorities have been increasingly aggressive in their law enforcement and regulatory actions against multinational corporations and financial institutions, as well as individuals, in areas including market manipulation...more

"Insights Conversations: Developments in US Export Controls"

The U.S. export control system has undergone major reform in recent years, and companies have experienced both increased enforcement of export control laws and fines for violations, with more changes on the way. Skadden...more

Addressing Adulterated Food Risk

As we enter 2016, adulterated food-related investigations are leading the headlines—and should be leading companies in the food and beverage industry to ask what they can do to prevent and prepare for a potential outbreak on...more

International Business Attitudes to Corruption (Part I) [Video]

In the first of a two-part interview, Richard Fenning, CEO, Control Risks, addresses the Control Risks 2015/2016 Survey International Business Attitudes To Corruption. In this Front-Line interview, Mr. Fenning...more

Mild, Medium or Spicy?—Unwrapping the Chipotle Investigation

Right before Thanksgiving 2015, the news was replete with discussion of outbreaks of E. coli and potential other viruses at Chipotle restaurants. Information concerning the possible danger in consuming food at the popular...more

Who's Going Under the Bus? Federal Policy on Individual Responsibility for Corporate Wrongdoing - Corridors January 2016

In a wake-up call to health care corporate officers and managers, Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates earlier this fall announced a new, tougher U.S. Department of Justice policy regarding individual responsibility for...more

Director prosecution and conviction in New South Wales

The NSW work health and safety regulator has brought a successful prosecution against a company director resulting in a criminal conviction and fines against the director and the company. An order was also made requiring the...more

FCPA Digest - January 2016

The FCPA Digest provides and an invaluable compendium of all Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement actions and private actions including US foreign bribery proceedings including criminal prosecutions, DOJ foreign...more

2016 Trends #2: Transitioning to a More Global Center of Gravity for Ethics and Compliance

Today, many ethics and compliance professionals, no matter where we’re located, find it to be important to keep up-to-date on the latest news from the European Union courts, the U.K.’s Serious Fraud Office and international...more

Regulatory Enforcement in the UK - A Retrospective on 2015. Can the Fines Get Any Bigger?

When the UK Financial Services Authority became the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) in April 2013, we were told that this would herald a tougher and more intrusive style of regulation. The FCA’s enforcement record in the...more

What to Do When You Are Served With a Search Warrant

Most business executives and officers lack the training and preparation to deal effectively with a search warrant. State and federal law enforcement agencies continue to increase their investigation and prosecution of...more

Looking at Compliance From a Different Perspective [Video]

I recently had the pleasure of working with Leona Lewis on one of her Masters of Disasters Podcasts and had the opportunity to ask her more about why she started the series. Leona responded, “I started 'Masters of Disaster'...more

This Week In Securities Litigation

The Commission closed out the week before the holidays with a joint press conference with the Manhattan U.S. Attorney. The U.S. Attorney and the Director of Enforcement announced actions against former hedge fund manager and...more

Blog: Beyond the Bribery Act

A recent petition heard in the Scottish Court of Session Outer House has highlighted the wide-ranging implications of the Bribery Act 2010 in the UK beyond the criminal offences of the Act itself. The petition was...more

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