Carlos Ghosn announced on September 29, 2020, in Beirut, his contribution to the programs of the Université Saint-Esprit de Kaslik (USEK). The former boss will develop, in particular, a coaching program for executives.
The trial of Greg Kelly, former Nissan executive, opened on September 15, 2020 in Tokyo. The American was arrested the same day as Carlos Ghosn in November 2018.
The documentary by director Gilles Cayatte and journalist Rémy Dessarts on Carlos Ghosn was aired, exclusively on French television, on France 5, on Tuesday 1 September 2020.
Summer 2020 – Defense in France: clarification on hearing process and call into question of the RNVB audit report by Mazars
Contrary to claims in the French press, Carlos Ghosn did not seek to avoid the French justice. Indeed, while it is reported that he refused to appear before a French judge, he stated through his lawyers that because of the Interpol red notice, he could not leave Lebanon.
July 2020: Carlos Ghosn continues to claim his innocence and hopes that the truth will be established
It is during the summer of 2020 that Carlos Ghosn will give two major interviews to continue to claim his innocence. Since the January press conference in Beirut, the media have tried to report on the daily life of Carlos Ghosn who remained silent since the beginning of the year.
In the summer of 2020, Bloomberg reveals after several months of investigation involving Nissan, a series of emails showing that Carlos Ghosn was indeed framed by internal leaders.
The legal battles continue as Carlos Ghosn counterattacks in the Netherlands, Nissan opens a civil case in Japan and Renault files a civil suit in France, where an investigation is underway.
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Find below the latest updates on pending legal cases that involve Carlos Ghosn. Update on proceedings in Japan 3 separate proceedings involving 4 charges are now pending against Carlos Ghosn Continue Reading