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ANTI-CORRUPTION, LAW & COMPLIANCE

 

 

Getnick & Getnick  

Getnick & Getnick LLP is a boutique law firm in Manhattan founded in 1983. Under the direction of Neil V. Getnick, they are dedicated to fighting fraud and promoting business integrity. They work with companies, whistleblowers (both corporate and individual), and government agencies, guided by the principle that anti-fraud is pro-business.

Getnick & Getnick has recovered more than $1 billion for US governments and corporate clients around the world.  Getnick & Getnick has a longstanding and proven track record in the creative use of United States’ whistleblower, RICO and other anti-fraud laws, many of which have extra-territorial reach. Their clients have received record whistleblower awards--  including the largest ever award for a single whistleblower ($96+ million). Their corporate integrity monitoring has achieved success in diverse areas, including the clean-up in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York. Their record of success and dedication to working closely with clients to ensure that business integrity serves the interests of business goals--  and vice versa -- makes them a perfect strategic ally for Moreno Ocampo Consulting. 


MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS

 

Uncommon Union

Uncommon Union is a communications and media agency with a mission to raise the profile of leaders who have the courage to drive change for a better world. Founded in 2013, Uncommon Union has rapidly built a network of visionary partnerships bringing together celebrities, governments, businesses, and non-profits.


INVESTIGATIONS

 

Forensic Architecture

Forensic Architecture provides evidence for international prosecution teams, political organisations, NGOs, and the United Nations in various processes worldwide.  Additionally, the agency undertakes historical and theoretical examinations of the history and present status of forensic practices in articulating notions of public truth.

 

POLICY & RESEARCH

 

The Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School

The mission of the Carr Center is to make human rights principles central to the formulation of good public policy in the United States and throughout the world. We train future leaders for careers in public service and apply first-class research to the solution of public policy problems.