24 min

The Changing Landscape of Internal Investigations: Italy, A Discussion with Ilaria Curti, Counsel at Portolano Cavallo White Collar Briefly

    • Management

In this first of our series of episodes regarding trends in, and the future of, internal investigations and enforcement around the globe, Ilaria Curti, head of the Internal Investigations Group at Portolano Cavallo in Rome, and Perkins Coie partner Chelsea Curfman discuss how recent amendments to Italy’s anti-corruption laws are starting to affect both when and how companies choose to conduct internal investigations, as well as attitudes toward self-reporting of potential wrongdoing. Curti also addresses the 2019 European Directive on Whistleblowing and its implications for companies operating in Europe and offers a word of caution to foreign companies whose conduct, thanks to a recent court decision, may now be subject to enforcement by Italian authorities under Italy’s anti-corruption laws.

In this first of our series of episodes regarding trends in, and the future of, internal investigations and enforcement around the globe, Ilaria Curti, head of the Internal Investigations Group at Portolano Cavallo in Rome, and Perkins Coie partner Chelsea Curfman discuss how recent amendments to Italy’s anti-corruption laws are starting to affect both when and how companies choose to conduct internal investigations, as well as attitudes toward self-reporting of potential wrongdoing. Curti also addresses the 2019 European Directive on Whistleblowing and its implications for companies operating in Europe and offers a word of caution to foreign companies whose conduct, thanks to a recent court decision, may now be subject to enforcement by Italian authorities under Italy’s anti-corruption laws.

24 min

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