Early last year, when Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco began describing sanctions as “the new FCPA,” she didn’t mean sanctions enforcement would replace the FCPA. She meant the DOJ is working to replicate the success of FCPA enforcement by using some of the same strategies — a high-intensity focus on finding and punishing violators, deploying innovative tools, promoting international cooperation, and so on.
Posts Tagged: Mark Mendelsohn
The Coalition for Integrity is proud to announce its 2018 Day of Learning on Monday, December 10.
The event is both a commemoration of International Anti-Corruption Day, which is Sunday December 9, and a step towards fulfillment of Coalition for Integrity’s mission to raise awareness about corruption and educate key stakeholders.… 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
The recent announcement that DOJ is taking applications for the newly vacated FCPA Chief position provides a timely opportunity to reflect on the history, growth and direction of the Unit as well as a chance to consider the unique game-changing possibilities that await an accomplished selectee.… 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