Last week the FCPA Blog published a provocative post, “Lori Loughlin: How ‘clearing her name’ could ruin her life.” While I’m sure it was a difficult post to write, it was an equally uncomfortable post for me to read.… Continue Reading
A one-day CLE conference will address cutting-edge FCPA issues, including multi-jurisdictional enforcement actions, cutting costs in internal investigations, and qualifying for benefits under the new DOJ corporate enforcement policy.
It will also include an hour on an ethics topic: Challenges maintaining attorney-client privilege in anti-corruption enforcement actions.… Continue Reading
On April 5 the DOJ’s Fraud Section of the Criminal Division released a policy document called The Fraud Sections’ Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Enforcement Plan and Guidance. The new Guidance is an attempt to bring greater transparency to the benefits corporations will achieve by voluntarily disclosing FCPA problems and fully cooperating with investigations of these problems. … Continue Reading
The CEELI Institute in Prague is offering an anti-corruption training program for prosecutors, investigators, and judges.
The 5-day course was originally scheduled for early December but will now happen in March.… Continue Reading