...bank that has just been robbed. The police gather evidence from the crime scene to try to identify the robbers. Then a federal official arrives...
...the things the government may seize under forfeiture statutes and for which crimes. Some crimes, like violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, do not...
...and outgunned" by criminals using the latest technology to commit white-collar crimes, according to attorney Maranda Fritz, a former senior counsel in the...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...and outgunned by criminals using the latest technology to commit white-collar crimes, according to attorney Maranda Fritz, a former senior counsel in the...
Deutsche Bank's GC tries a do-over for the scandal-ridden institution
Deutsche Bank General Counsel Richard Walker, a former director of enforcement at the Securities and Exchange Commission, is trying to help the bank reinvent itself as he deals with a multitude of re
The Daily Report
Cybercrime is neither rare nor isolated these days. Every company with an online presence or even a connection to the Internet has become fair game
Given the potential loss of the most sensitive assets, information, and trade secrets, companies must develop an integrated, proactive strategy to prevent, respond to, and deter the massive and growi
The pharmaceutical and medical device industries remain subject to increased anticorruption scrutiny by regulators around the world, largely because of their business models
As prosecution risks have increased, so has the role of the chief compliance officer. Companies are fast recognizing the importance of elevating a CCO and protecting their independence
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