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DOJ Expands and Codifies Policy Incentivizing Corporations to Voluntarily Self-Disclose FCPA Violations

USA - November 30 2017 The revised FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy signals DOJ's emphasis on corporate voluntary self-disclosure, rewarding cooperating companies with a...

David J. Schindler, Erin Brown Jones, Benjamin A. Naftalis, Douglas K. Yatter, Kathryn H. Ruemmler, Bridget R. Reineking, Leslie R. Caldwell, Kevin Andrew Chambers, Terra Reynolds, Douglas N. Greenburg, Alice S. Fisher, Barry M. Sabin, Nathan H. Seltzer, Eric S. Volkman.

UK Prosecutor Secures First Deferred Prosecution Agreement for Bribery

United Kingdom - December 11 2015 On November 26, 2015, the UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO) secured its first Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) against UK-based ICBC Standard Bank...

Daniel Smith.

Navigating FCPA risks in global private equity ventures

Global - April 8 2015 In light of the global nature of the private equity industry, minimizing Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) risks is an important consideration for...

DOJ guidance underscores importance of anti-corruption due diligence in international M&A transactions

USA - January 12 2015 On November 7, 2014, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) issued its second and final Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) Opinion Release of the year...

Jonathan Chunwei Su, Erin Brown Jones, Douglas N. Greenburg, Alice S. Fisher, Nathan H. Seltzer.

US sanctions against Iran continuing to expand and impact non-US companies

USA, Iran - January 28 2013 In recent months, the US government has dramatically expanded US sanctions laws by making it more difficult for non-US companies to engage in a...

Alexander F. Cohen, Joel H. Trotter, William M. McGlone, Les P. Carnegie.