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US and China Expand Law Enforcement Cooperation

by Michael Volkov on

Global anti-corruption efforts continue to increase. For global companies, this trend makes compliance even more critical. One of the most significant aspects of this trend is the US government’s cooperation with China....more

INTERPOL suspends FIFA donation funds, but what happens to the money now, and what happens to INTERPOL?

by Estlund Law, P.A. on

Last week, I addressed INTERPOL’s listing of several individuals who are wanted for prosecution by the United States for FIFA-related financial crimes. That post is here. In light of those listings, RNLJ requested...more

Why Russia's corruption problem is also INTERPOL's problem

by Estlund Law, P.A. on

INTERPOL has received improper requests for Red Notices from Russia in the past, and all current indicators point to a worsening of the situation rather than an improvement....more

Red Notice Newsletter - March 2014

This month on the anticorruption front, a New York court orders two former Siemens executives to pay record civil penalties in a bribery case involving the company’s Argentina business; Canada prosecutes former executives...more

Still a good idea - how INTERPOL can protect itself from its corrupt member countries

by Estlund Law, P.A. on

This post is an updated version of the original, which was published in July of 2011. How could INTERPOL shield itself from being used as a political weapon against a corrupt country's own people? In a previous post,...more

INTERPOL's Fight with Corruption: Round and Round We Go

by Estlund Law, P.A. on

INTERPOL's role in the world of law enforcement, boiled down to its bare bones, is to aid its member countries with two things: 1) alerting them to the movement of wanted persons, and 2) assisting in the apprehension of...more

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