Updated Sept. 23, 2019 1:33 pm ETLawyers inside Nissan Motor Co. have raised concerns that the company’s investigation into former Chairman Carlos Ghosn is marred by conflicts of interest involving a Nissan executive and the auto maker’s outside law firm, Latham & Watkins LLP, according to people familiar with their concerns.
General counsel Ravinder Passi brought up the matter with Nissan directors by handing them a letter when they gathered Sept. 9 to review the investigation’s results, said people who attended the meeting in Yokohama, Japan. Read more: The Wall Street Journal »
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WSJ News Exclusive | Nissan Lawyers Worried Internal Ghosn Investigation Marred by Conflicts of InterestLawyers inside Nissan Motor have raised concerns that the company’s internal investigation into former Chairman Carlos Ghosn is marred by conflicts of interest involving a Nissan executive and the company’s outside law firm, U.S. legal giant Latham & Watkins. Another win for regulatory capture and the deep state. The SEC_Enforcement is a JV circle jerk
Former Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn settles SEC charges over $140 million in undisclosed compensationThe U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission settled charges Monday against former Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn and its former director Greg Kelly on Monday over false financial disclosures that omitted more than $140 million in total compensation. Our mission at is to build the social media platform that ends fake news I knew he was trouble the moment I laid eyes on him!!! NissanUSA
Nissan, Carlos Ghosn Settle SEC Fraud Charges For $16 MillionGhosn still faces trial in Japan. Can i have it government
US regulator charges Nissan, Ghosn with hiding $140M from investors Nissan Motor Co and ex-CEO Carlos Ghosn settle charges without admitting or denying allegations but agree to refrain from future anti-fraud violations of the securities laws.