As the amount of data companies hold increases exponentially, it is becoming harder to stay within the compliance and regulatory structures.
Corporate legal teams and counsel must remain alert to antitrust risk and developments during the crisis to ensure companies emerge in good standing.
Recent events demonstrate that sport regulators are making stringent efforts to level the playing field, with clubs that fail to cooperate at risk of losing financially.
Counsel should be aware of reforms due to be made in wake of recent high-profile company collapses in the UK and wider implications for businesses.
As firms’ use of AI and machine learning continues to grow, the practical considerations and challenges for effective implementation of data analytics strategies need to be discussed
Assign a high-calibre expert to your dispute and there is a good chance you will obtain a fair, final and binding determination
Enhanced forensic support is more significant than ever for identifying ways of successfully managing money laundering and terrorist financing activity
Risk assessments are not just programmes of compliance – there is a science and an art to using fundamental approaches to reduce the impact in a data-driven world
The use of dynamic data and encryption technology through gathering digital evidence are valuable methods of helping to crack down on fraudulent activity. Technology continues to proliferate in our day-today lives, introducing new challenges in how data can be accessed and analysed, as well as new opportunities for fraudsters to disguise their wrongdoing. With this technological evolution, the reliance on electronically stored evidence to prosecute or defend fraud investigations is now a well-established norm, and digital forensics, the forensic science […]
Forensic consultants provide a competitive advantage to attorneys handling disputes
By Michael Trahar By avoiding email conversations, savvy employees have made fraud cases less obvious to detect, giving forensic accountants the opportunity to prove their worth. It has become increasingly difficult to find the smoking gun document in an email review that cracks a fraud investigation open. Gone are the days when the client’s local management could be confronted with indisputable accounts of employees openly discussing fraudulent or corrupt behaviour in an email chain on company servers.
By Mike Trahar and Neil Smith How can company officers and directors prepare for the DOJ’s Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement focus on individuals?