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January 13, 2023
Cadwalader attorneys have once again contributed to a new annual edition of The Practitioner's Guide to Global Investigations, published by Global Investigations Review. The publication, now it its seventh edition, consists of a Volume I that covers the broad spectrum of law, practice and procedure applicable to investigations in the UK and the U.S., and a Volume II that features global experts who discuss the important considerations in their respective local jurisdictions when engaged in a cross-border investigation.
Jodi Avergun, chair of the firm’s White Collar Defense and Investigations Group, and associate Cheryl Risell have authored the chapter, “Publicity: The U.S. Perspective,” which addresses topics including related restrictions in a criminal investigation or trial, social media and the press and the risks and rewards of publicity.
White Collar Defense and Investigations partner Kevin Roberts, special counsel Duncan Grieve and associate Charlotte Glaser have authored the chapter, “Publicity: The UK Perspective,” which discusses planning for publicity throughout the different phases of an investigation or prosecution, related legislation and the changing landscape for publicity in light of remote hearings and open justice.
The complete publication is available for download here.
Cadwalader’s New York, Washington, D.C., Charlotte and London-based White Collar Defense and Investigations team represents financial institutions, investment firms, broker-dealers, corporations, boards of directors, audit committees, non-governmental organizations, and individuals in criminal, civil, and administrative proceedings, trials, and appeals. The group has extensive expertise advising clients on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the UK Bribery Act 2010, the Bank Secrecy Act, the Proceeds of Crime Act, the False Claims Act, and the Commodity Exchange Act, as well as global sanctions, money laundering and asset forfeiture laws.