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D.C. Circuit again issues mandamus to protect internal investigation documents

USA - August 28 2015 The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has once again stepped into an ongoing fight between the proponent of a qui tam action and Kellogg...

Johanna N. Skrzypczyk, Colby A. Smith.

“Logrolling” and corruption: what the McDonnell and Bagojevich decisions say about U.S. anti-bribery law

USA - July 29 2015 Within the last month, the United States Courts of Appeals for the Fourth and Seventh Circuits addressed appeals by the former governors of Virginia...

Sean Hecker, Steven S. Michaels.

The latest FCPA Deferred Prosecution Agreement: will Congress’s new DPA procedures reach FCPA DPAs, and will non-U.S. governments sue as “crime victims” under the CVRA?

USA - July 29 2015 On July 17, the Department of Justice ("DOJ") announced a settlement of FCPA allegations against Louis Berger International, Inc. ("LBI"), a...

Sean Hecker, Steven S. Michaels.

Spotlight on Russia and its neighbors

Russia - June 29 2015 For companies conducting business globally, the challenges of operating in Russia and other countries of the former Soviet Union (hereinafter, the...

Alisa Melekhina, Steven S. Michaels, Alyona N. Kucher, Bruce E. Yannett, Jane Shvets.

Internal controls of Olympic proportions: BHP Billiton settles SEC investigation of Olympic hospitality

USA - May 27 2015 When is it acceptable to invite foreign officials to a marquee hospitality event such as the Olympics or the World Cup? What internal controls should...

Steven S. Michaels, Matthew Howard Getz, Philip Rohlik, Bruce E. Yannett.