I think these events [the Global Investigations Review conference: New York] are an important opportunity for discussion of trends and really this area is one where your work, your advice to clients, changes the way that people behave. And it changes the way that people behave in a way that collectively helps to detect, deter and sanction corporate malfeasance. Ultimately, it benefits the rule of law and allows businesses to thrive. And that is in part through robust compliance and enforcement programmes.
[Conference co-chair F. Joseph Warin] referenced a little bit of returning to government on 20 January as a … Read more