Anti-Corruption 2019

Last Updated 14 December 2018

Anti-Corruption 2019 - Comparisons

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Last Updated 14 December 2018

Contributors:
Linklaters LLP
(Law and Practice)

Diaz Reus & Targ LLP
(Trends and Developments)


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SECTION: Trends and Developments (by Diaz Reus & Targ LLP)

Contributors:
Linklaters LLP
(Law and Practice)

Diaz Reus & Targ LLP
(Trends and Developments)


About the contributors:
Linklaters LLP

has in its Anti-Corruption team five partners in the USA, and 50 globally, and is active in dispute resolution (government investigations and white-collar crime) and competition/antitrust (government enforcement and cartels) matters. The team focuses on complex, high-stakes issues that threaten the ... business and reputation of banks, major corporates and global institutions, providing a seamless, dedicated dispute resolution and crisis management capability across the firm’s global offices. It is experienced in handling major white-collar matters, cross-border criminal and regulatory investigations, transactional due diligence and compliance programme reviews across a number of jurisdictions. The team acts for corporations, financial institutions, senior executives, board members and public officials on a variety of criminal and civil regulatory matters, and defends clients in all stages of federal and state criminal proceedings and in related civil and administrative disputes. It has extensive experience in defending matters against the US Department of Justice (DOJ), the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), among other agencies.


Diaz Reus & Targ LLP

has developed a sterling reputation for its ability to navigate and avoid criminal indictments on behalf of its clients, and to negotiate with US law enforcement agencies on sensitive matters related to national security, public corruption, human rights violations, asset recovery, the Office of ... Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), homeland security, Specially Designated Nationals and the recovery of visas. Multilingual and multicultural, the firm’s litigation team helps clients to traverse presidential executive orders and proclamations, and legislative, legal, trade and regulatory waters worldwide to avoid asset seizures, investigations and prosecutions, and litigation, as well as lobbying before domestic and foreign government bodies and agencies. The firm has its headquarters in Miami, with offices in major global business centres throughout the USA, Latin America, Western and Eastern Europe, Asia and the Middle East.