Kinstellar is ranked in GIR 100 among the world's top corporate investigation law firms for the third consecutive year
November 2019 – Kinstellar is honoured to be included in the 2019 edition of the GIR 100 — an annual guide to the world’s leading law firms for corporate investigations. This is the third consecutive year that Kinstellar is ranked among the top-100 firms worldwide capable of handling sophisticated cross-border government-led and internal investigations, and we are proud to be the only independent, CEE-based law firm acknowledged as a leader in the field by this internationally recognised, high-profile publication.
Published by Global Investigations Review and independently compiled and written by GIR editorial staff, the GIR 100 is a guide to the world’s leading firms for cross-border corporate investigations. Each firm is included based on extensive research that demonstrates the firm’s ability to handle sophisticated cross-border, government-led and internal investigations.
Kinstellar has built the leading Corporate Investigations practice in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, Turkey and Central Asia, with offices in ten countries, a solid client base, and a dedicated team of over 40 skilled legal experts.
Kinstellar’s CRSI practice specialises in cross-border investigations and helps companies develop compliance and risk management programmes designed for Central and Eastern European jurisdictions.
Clients of our CRSI practice include multinationals under investigation in jurisdictions covered by Kinstellar’s offices. Increasingly we assist the local subsidiaries of foreign companies that are subject to investigations by foreign authorities, particularly under the US Foreign Corrupt Practice Act, the UK Anti-Bribery Act, and similar laws with cross-border implications. We also advise and assist the local subsidiaries of international companies concerned with the rising level of enforcement across CEE, including exposure to potential director liability and corporate criminal liability in certain jurisdictions.
For more information about Kinstellar’s Compliance, Risk and Sensitive Investigations practice, contact Partners and firm-wide practice co-heads Bogdan Bibicu, at , or Akos Nagy at .
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