Linklaters Insights: Business Crime Quarterly

By Peter Haig
Anti-bribery & AML International Business Obligations Litigation Risk & Compliance

In brief

In the Business Crime Quarterly Autumn 2017 edition, our global alliance partner Linklaters examined the extent to which international regulators and prosecutors are increasingly working together to tackle economic crime. We contributed summaries on the recently published judgment in the Tabcorp civil penalty proceedings for breach of the AML/CTF regime and the proposed changes to Australia's whistleblower framework.

Other updates of note include France's first deferred prosecution agreement and insights from Linklaters' US partners (and former senior US Department of Justice (DOJ) lawyers) Matthew Axelrod and Adam Lurie on the DOJ's likely approach to enforcement against global businesses moving forward.

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