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Anti-Corruption Quarterly

USA, Global - February 5 2018 2017 marked another significant year for Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement with more than $1.45 billion in related corporate...

Joseph B. Tompkins Jr., Scott R. Lassar, Kristin Graham Koehler, Douglas A. Axel, Leslie A. Shubert.


U.S. Department of Justice Announces Changes to its Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Corporate Enforcement Policy

USA - December 1 2017 On November 29, 2017, Deputy Attorney General (Deputy AG) Rod Rosenstein announced that the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has concluded that the...

Colleen M. Lauerman, Leslie A. Shubert.


Anti-Corruption Quarterly - 3rd quarter 2017

USA, United Kingdom - November 7 2017 The healthcare industry is no stranger to Department of Justice (DOJ) scrutiny. DOJ prosecutors have aggressively pursued improper billing practices...

Joseph B. Tompkins Jr., Zhengyu Tang, David L. Anderson, Timothy J. Treanor, Dorothy Cory-Wright, Chen Yang, Henry H. Ding, Kristin Graham Koehler, Leslie A. Shubert.


English High Court Limits Scope of Privilege for Documents Generated During the Course of Internal Investigations

United Kingdom - June 1 2017 On May 8, the English High Court1 struck down the majority of claims by a company for privilege over documents prepared during an internal...

Matthew Shankland, John Bedford, Dorothy Cory-Wright, Leslie A. Shubert.


English High Court Limits Scope of Privilege for Documents Generated During the Course of Internal Investigations

United Kingdom - June 1 2017 The English High Court recently handed down a judgment which limits the circumstances in which companies will be able to assert legal professional...

Matthew Shankland, John Bedford, Dorothy Cory-Wright, Leslie A. Shubert.