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Lauri Love: The Forum Bar Shows Its Mettle

by WilmerHale on

On 5 February 2017, the UK High Court issued judgment in the case of Love v USA [2018] EWHC 172 (Admin) (“the Judgment”). This was an appeal against the decision at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on 16 September 2016....more

Lauri Love – How high has the forum bar really been set?

by White & Case LLP on

In what has been hailed as a landmark decision, the High Court recently refused to allow the extradition of UK citizen Lauri Love to the USA for offences of cyber theft, activating the forum bar for the first time since its...more

CFTC and DOJ File a Flurry of Spoofing Actions

On January 29, 2018, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) announced the filing of eight anti-spoofing enforcement actions: three settlements with financial institutions and five complaints filed in federal district...more

Dorsey Anti-Corruption Digest - January 2018

by Dorsey & Whitney LLP on

Keeping ahead of global anti-corruption trends is critical in today’s business markets. The Dorsey Anti-Corruption Digest, which puts global trends at your fingertips, puts you ahead. The deep experience of the Dorsey...more

Second Circuit Holds That “Rule of Specialty” Objection Belongs to Nations, Not Defendants

Last week, in Barinas v. United States, the Second Circuit held that a defendant who is extradited to the United States to face charges, pursuant to agreement with the asylum nation, may not raise the objection that the...more

2017 Mid-Year Global Cartel Enforcement Report

by Morgan Lewis on

Fines significantly down, several enforcement firsts and a strong pipeline of new, mainly domestic cartel cases around the world....more

USAO Moves To Dismiss Charges Related To London Whale

by Dorsey & Whitney LLP on

The saga of the London Whale appears to be drawing to a close. The Manhattan U.S. Attorney’s Office moved to dismiss charges against two former JP Morgan derivatives traders who were colleagues of Bruno Iksil, the London...more

Significant Prison Term in Latest Extradition Case by DOJ's Antitrust Division

by Morgan Lewis on

The case is part of the division’s ongoing efforts to extradite and prosecute foreign executives. On June 12, 2017, a former Israeli executive was sentenced to 30 months in prison and ordered to pay $41,170 in restitution...more

DOJ's Antitrust Division Convicts Fifth Extradited Foreign Executive

by Morgan Lewis on

Five foreign executives have been extradited and convicted since 2010, reinforcing the Division’s continued emphasis on extradition in recent years. On March 13, 2017, the Antitrust Division (Antitrust Division) of the...more

Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation Quarterly Newsletter - Winter 2017

by Hogan Lovells on

FTC takes another look at merger remedies - On 3 February 2017, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) released its Merger Remedies Study, which analyzed the success of merger remedies imposed by the FTC from 2006 to...more

Business and Human Rights in Foreign Operations: The Stakes Just Got Bigger

by Bennett Jones LLP on

Canadian courts took another step in further opening the country’s courts to civil claims by foreign victims of alleged human rights abuses against Canadian corporations for acts committed abroad. In a January 26, 2017,...more

Jury Verdict in Declined Civil FCA Action Need Not Bar Criminal Prosecution for Same Conduct

by Dorsey & Whitney LLP on

The qui tam provisions of the False Claims Act allow private citizens to file FCA claims on behalf of the government. The government may elect to intervene in the action—or it may not. The United States District Court for...more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

So, it turns out that all of the Brexit-style market freefalling was reserved for overnight trading. US markets actually closed up yesterday after modest opening losses....more

Bridging the Week - October 2016 #2

by Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP on

Alleged Flash Crasher Navinder Sarao Loses Final Effort to Avoid US Extradition: Navinder Sarao, the London-based futures trader who in April 2015 was criminally charged with contributing to the May 2010 “Flash Crash,” is now...more

The Bribery Act: The changing face of corporate liability – International Hurdles

by White & Case LLP on

The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) can investigate companies operating both in the UK and overseas, prosecuting bribery wherever the offence takes place, but its efforts are frustrated by international obstacles to investigations...more

2016 Mid-Year Global Cartel Enforcement Report

by Morgan Lewis on

Cartel enforcement activity promises to remain busy In the coming months and into 2017 Cartel enforcement remains a priority for competition authorities around the world. Global cartel fines totaled more than $6...more

INTERPOL and China’s Sky Net anti-corruption investigation- can INTERPOL support China’s anti-corruption efforts while still...

by Estlund Law, P.A. on

One of my favorite adages is one that defense attorneys use in closing arguments when the government’s case contains some evidence of guilt, and some evidence of illegal police conduct...more

UK Bribery Act – 5 lessons in 5 years: No. 4 – International Hurdles

by White & Case LLP on

The SFO has spread its wings. It has visibly increased its efforts to investigate companies for bribery and corruption offences and in the last year it has had success with a new weapon: the Section 7 UK Bribery Act...more

CJEU to Rule on Extradition of EU Citizens in Criminal Antitrust Proceedings

by McDermott Will & Emery on

The first European citizen to be extradited from Europe to the United States for criminal antitrust conduct recently succeeded in having a Berlin court refer the matter of his extradition to the Court of Justice of the...more

Bridging the Week - March 2016 #4

Alleged Spoofer, Blamed for Partly Causing Flash Crash, Loses UK Extradition Hearing - Navinder Sarao, the London-based futures trader who in April 2015 was sued by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and criminally...more

China Regulatory Enforcement Quarterly - Q3 2015

by DLA Piper on

On August 12, a series of explosions in the northern port-city of Tianjin killed over one hundred people and injured hundreds of others. The explosions were allegedly caused by hazardous chemical materials in shipping...more

Hacker arrests and prosecutions update

We previously reported that alleged Ukranian hacker Sergey Vovnenko, also known as “Flycracker,” “Fly” and “Darklife” was extradited from Italy, arrested and charged in New Jersey federal court for his part in disbursing the...more

Focus on China - October 2015

by McDermott Will & Emery on

Welcome to the third issue of Focus on China Compliance for 2015. According to the FCPA Blog’s October 2015 Corporate Investigations List, China leads the countries reported to be involved in FCPA investigations with 29...more

Bridging the Week - September 2015

Alleged Flash Crasher's Formal Indictment Provides More Details Regarding His Purported Spoofing - The US Department of Justice filed a formal indictment against Navinder Singh Sarao in a US federal court in Chicago on...more

Africa Update - September 2015 #2

Leading the News: South Sudan - On September 9th, the United Nations (U.N.) Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the World Food Programme (WFP) announced ramped up efforts to reverse dire malnutrition in South Sudan. The...more

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