Defense Counsel and Public Prosecutor Discuss the Evolving Anti-Corruption Enforcement Environment in the Netherlands

In response to concerns raised by both the OECD Working Group on Bribery and the public, the Netherlands continues to fine tune its anti-corruption enforcement regime. A recent ABA program featuring defense attorneys and a Dutch public prosecutor examined the steps that the Netherlands has been taking to bring greater transparency and oversight to the process of settling criminal corporate corruption cases, the increasing focus on individual prosecutions, and the operation of the attorney-client privilege in the Netherlands with respect to in-house counsel and internal investigations. See “ING and Beyond: Enforcement Insights From a Dutch Prosecutor” (Sep. 19, 2018).

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