Hogan Lovells (Washington)

Kathryn Hellings

Hogan Lovells (Washington)
Partner

Kathryn Hellings works as Partner at Hogan Lovells Washington D.C. office. After spending more than a decade handling international criminal investigations as a Department of Justice (DOJ) prosecutor, Katie Hellings has developed a practice representing corporations and individuals in white collar criminal investigations, with a primary focus on international cartel and corruption investigations.

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Articles

1282 Bulletin

Kathryn Hellings, Daniel E. Shulak The US DoJ announces a joint initiative with the FBI to deter and prosecute those who would exploit supply chain disruptions due to COVID-19 to engage in collusive conduct

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On 17 February, the Department of Justice (DOJ) Antitrust Division (Antitrust Division) announced that it is launching a joint initiative with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to “deter and prosecute those who would exploit supply chain disruptions to engage in collusive conduct.” In (...)

Stephanie Tsui, PJ Kaur, Adrian Emch, Kathryn Hellings, Christopher Thomas, Eugene Low The Hong Kong Competition Authority publishes a cooperation and settlement policy expanding its leniency program

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On 29 April 2019, the Hong Kong Competition Commission (’HKCC’) published the Cooperation and Settlement Policy for Undertakings Engaged in Cartel Conduct (’Cooperation Policy’). In essence, the Cooperation Policy expands HKCC’s Leniency Policy, published in November 2015, just before the full (...)

1229 Review

Christopher Thomas, Daniel E. Shulak, Gal Rozent, Gianni De Stefano, Katherine L. Kay, Kathryn Hellings, Raz Agranat, Yoshitoshi Imoto Extradition and antitrust law: Businessmen involved in global cartels extradited to foreign countries

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This article has been nominated for the 2018 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. As more jurisdictions criminalise cartel conduct and increase cooperation with other enforcement regimes, the threat of extradition in global cartel cases is (...)

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