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Admit It! SEC May Seek Admissions of Wrongdoing in Settlements

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) is poised to modify its “no-admit, no-deny” policy to seek more admissions of wrongdoing from defendants as a condition of settlement in enforcement cases. The change comes...more

6/26/2013 - Criminal Sanctions D&O Insurance Indemnification SEC Settlement Shareholder Litigation

Private Equity: Blindsided by the FCPA — Hedging Against Anti-Corruption Deal Risk

Until a few years ago, private equity firms enjoyed relative insulation from regulatory scrutiny of overseas acquisitions and the operations of multi-national portfolio companies. No longer is that the case. Spurred by the...more

3/1/2013 - Acquisitions Anti-Corruption DOJ FCPA Foreign Investment Private Equity Private Equity Funds SEC

New FCPA Guidance Provides Insight Into Government’s View of Corporate Compliance

On November 14, 2012, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act “Resource Guide” (the “Guidance”) was finally published, and at well over 100 pages, it constitutes a “non-binding informal summary” of various statutes, U.S. Department...more

11/20/2012 - Compliance DOJ FCPA FCPA Resource Guide SEC

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