All Things Investigations - Episode 9: Anti-Corruption Enforcement in China and France with Bryan Sillaman and Christine Kang

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Welcome to the Hughes Hubbard Anti-Corruption and Internal Investigations Practice Group’s Podcast, All Things Investigations. In this podcast, Bryan Sillaman and Christine Kang of the Hughes Hubbard Anti-Corruption & Internal Investigations Practice Group and I highlight some of the key legal issues involved in white-collar investigations, locally and internationally.

Christine Kang is a Hughes Hubbard partner at the firm’s New York office See more +

Welcome to the Hughes Hubbard Anti-Corruption and Internal Investigations Practice Group’s Podcast, All Things Investigations. In this podcast, Bryan Sillaman and Christine Kang of the Hughes Hubbard Anti-Corruption & Internal Investigations Practice Group and I highlight some of the key legal issues involved in white-collar investigations, locally and internationally.

Christine Kang is a Hughes Hubbard partner at the firm’s New York office specializing in international arbitration, multilateral development banks investigation, compliance, and litigation. She has practiced in China for over 20 years, helping CEOs with compliance issues. Bryan Sillaman is Managing Partner at Hughes Hubbard’s Paris office and works with French and European companies on compliance matters. Formerly, he was an attorney in the Division of Enforcement at the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

Key areas we discuss on this podcast are:

1. US companies should know the top things about anti-bribery and anti-corruption enforcement in China in 2022.

2. What China’s anti-corruption enforcement looks like in the healthcare sector?

3. Under China’s Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL), you must first pass a security evaluation under the Cybersecurity Administration of China (CAC) before transferring data overseas.

4. The concept of companies proactively cooperating with the authorities by providing information is still new in France.

5. How the French component of Airbus enforcement action affected French prosecutors.

6. The French blocking statute forced US authorities through MLAT to get information.

Tune in to the All Things Investigation podcast and learn more on Anti-Corruption Enforcement in China and France with Bryan Sillaman and Christine Kang on Compliance Podcast Network. See less -

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