All corporate monitor articles

  • Odebrecht site

    Four years later, Odebrecht’s external monitorship ends


    Odebrecht has reached the end of its compliance monitorship, four years after pleading guilty and resolving charges with authorities in the United States, Brazil, and Switzerland for violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

  • DOJSeal

    Top DOJ compliance official resigns; rejoins Morgan Lewis


    Matt Miner, former deputy assistant attorney general of the DOJ’s Criminal Division who played a prominent role in the development of a range of significant compliance policy initiatives, will rejoin Morgan Lewis as a partner, the law firm has announced.

  • Blog

    U.S. judge extends term of ZTE monitor: Here’s why


    A U.S. district court judge has extended for two more years the term of ZTE’s court-appointed compliance monitor after the telecommunications company violated a condition of its probation resulting from U.S. sanctions violations.

  • petrobras

    Petrobras case sheds light on how to avoid a corporate monitor


    Any company under a criminal investigation by the U.S. government looking to avoid the appointment of a compliance monitor will want to take a page from Brazilian state-owned energy company Petrobras. Gibson Dunn partner Joe Warin, who represented Petrobras, offers some tips inside.