December usually marks an uptick in fraud against foreign companies in China, but Dan Harris of China Blog Daily warns that the holidays have come early for scammers this year.
It's a dream job for any sports-minded lawyer—at least any wannabe GC who fancies hanging around a U.K. football team.
We conducted our first survey of law departments to find out whether they've made the leap to outsourcing, where they're sending work, what kind of work they outsource, what motivated them, and how they feel about the results.
A series of anti–money laundering laws that Mexico has enacted require businesses to report suspicious deals—and may be deterring some legitimate international business.
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer corporate partner Tim Jones has been hired as general counsel to England Rugby 2015, which is hosting the upcoming Rugby World Cup.
The 2013/2014 edition of Kroll's "Global Fraud Report" states that corporate corruption is on the rise after it took a dip in 2012. But that might just be a matter of perception.
U.S. lobbying firms brought the tradition of hiring insiders to lobby to the EU. And now they're more successful than ever.
In what is being touted a historic move, Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Justice granted four women with the right to practice law earlier this month.
Late last week the European Union and Canada announced an agreement to enter into the far-reaching Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement.
Online compliance training tools are popular with compliance professionals because they are easy to administer, multi-lingual, and auditable. But it can be difficult to strike the right balance between providing comprehensive information and keeping employees engaged.
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