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Hogan Lovells publishes 2018 Global Bribery and Corruption Outlook looking at white collar investigations across the globe

  • Interagency cooperation and cross-border investigations on the up making it harder to evade prosecution
  • The UK, France, Italy and Brazil all show enthusiasm for global settlements...

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More than Half of Multinationals Failing to Carry Out Thorough Anti-Bribery and Corruption Checks During M&A, Says new Report From Hogan Lovells

More than half (54%) of multinationals say their pre- and post-merger and acquisition (M&A) due diligence isn't thorough enough, despite 64% believing M&A presents some of the...

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Anti-bribery, corruption and disputes - it's not as easy as ABCD

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”)

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Hogan Lovells launches groundbreaking legal guide to investing in Africa

London, 27 July 2017 – Global law firm Hogan Lovells today launches its first Special Report on Investment in Africa 2017, an extensive and innovative guide to the legal framework for ...

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Cooperation is key: Worldwide Authorities Join Forces to Fight Corporate Crime, According to Annual Global Bribery and Corruption Review From Hogan Lovells

Hogan Lovells has released its seventh annual Global bribery and corruption review. Written by the firm's market-leading global Investigations and White Collar Fraud (IWCF) team, the review ...

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Media Briefing Note: Prime Minister's Anti-Corruption Summit Comes as Majority of Corporates Report 'Profits Over Prevention' Culture, according to Hogan Lovells Study

Tomorrow Prime Minister David Cameron will set out a package of practical steps to expose and drive out corruption and punish perpetrators, but multinationals are failing to treat...

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Renowned New York Chief of the Criminal Division of the U.S. Attorney's Office James McGovern Joins Hogan Lovells

NEW YORK, 29 March 2016 – James G. McGovern has joined Hogan Lovells’ White Collar and Fraud practice as a partner in its New York office.  

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