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Five Ways a Company Can Leverage Its Anti-Bribery Compliance Program to Facilitate Sanctions Compliance

USA - September 20 2016 While often treated separately by companies, anti-bribery and sanctions compliance risks frequently intersect because they arise from a common...

Alexandre (Alex) Lamy, Ryan Fayhee.

Self-disclosure of Corruption Offenses To the U.S. and U.K. Authorities: Where Are We Now?

USA, United Kingdom - August 12 2016 Companies that discover instances of corruption within their organization face the complex and uncertain task of weighing up the potential benefits of...

Trevor N. McFadden, Charles M. Thomson, Henry Garfield.

Personal Jurisdiction. Forum Selection Clause. Hague Service Convention. District court enforces forum selection clause against related non-signatory entities, and upholds service of process by email and registered mail to known U.S. counsel of foreign defendants.

USA - July 19 2016 Plaintiff, an investment bank, filed a lawsuit against six foreign affiliated Defendants and one associated individual Defendant alleging breach of...

Corruption Risk and the 2016 Rio Olympics: Raising the Bar for Hospitality Compliance

USA - July 13 2016 For the second time in as many years, Brazil plays host to a major world sporting event; following hot on the heals of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, the...

Carlos Ayres, Jean-Paul Theroux.

Focusing on individual accountability for corporate wrongdoing

USA - November 26 2015 In recent years, U.S. prosecutors have continued apace in resolving substantial, high-profile criminal and civil cases against companies for fraud...

Trevor N. McFadden, Joan E. Meyer.