The International Investigations Review (Eleventh Edition) – Singapore Chapter

26 Aug 2021 Publication

Under what circumstances can a corporate entity be charged with a crime and should a corporation voluntarily self-report potential misconduct on the part of its employees? What are some common questions and concerns corporate counsel face when guiding their clients through criminal or regulatory investigations in Singapore?
Explore insights on these and more in the Singapore chapter of The Law Reviews’ eleventh edition of The International Investigations Review, contributed by our Commercial & Corporate Disputes Practice Joint Head Joy Tan and Partner Jenny Tsin. The publication serves as an indispensable guide for legal professionals whose clients face criminal or regulatory scrutiny in a country outside of their jurisdiction.
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