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What Happened in Oslo Shouldn’t Stay in Oslo - Corporate Compliance Insights

Fresh on the heels of the Anti-Korrupsjons+Konferansen in Norway, Richard Bistrong offers a look inside the conference and details some of the key takeaways. Originally published in Corporate Compliance Insights....more

Deep Dive Due Diligence: Part IV – Level III Due Diligence for 3rd Parties

by Thomas Fox on

Today, I continue my exploration of Level III, deep dive due diligence, by discussing how this should be considered for third parties. I am joined this week by Candice Tal, founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of...more

Deep Dive Due Diligence: Part I – What is Level III Due Diligence?

by Thomas Fox on

There are many levels of due diligence investigation. In a multi-part series this week, I am going to focus on Level III, deep dive due diligence. I am joined in this exploration by Candice Tal, founder and Chief Executive...more

FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 295-Juliet Lui on cost effective small and medium compliance investigations

by Thomas Fox on

In this episode I visit with Juliet Lui as we discuss how to best handle small and medium investigations in an efficient and cost effective manner. We discuss how such matters often slip through the cracks as they are not...more

Lessons Learned from the FCPA Pilot Program's First Six Months

by Pepper Hamilton LLP on

The guidance issued by the DOJ in connection with the Pilot Program and recent declinations state that disclosure, remediation and cooperation are essential to any favorable resolution with the government. Six months...more

[Event] "Americas Labor & Employment Law Conference: Managing a workforce across the Americas and beyond" - Dec. 8th-9th, Miami,...

by FordHarrison on

Attorneys from FordHarrison and Ius Laboris, the global Alliance of leading labor and employment law firms, will join in-house counsel to discuss the many challenges faced by multinational companies. The conference is aimed...more

FCPA Enforcement Actions and Reputational Damage

by Michael Volkov on

If you ask members of a corporate board or senior executives about the cost of an FCPA enforcement action, they will candidly acknowledge all of the costs – fines, penalties, and professional costs (e.g. legal, accounting,...more

What you need to know about Hong Kong Competition Law (Part 5) - Investigation and Enforcement

The implementation of the new Competition Ordinance (Chapter 619 of the Laws of Hong Kong) (the Competition Ordinance) on 14 December 2015 will mark the first time that Hong Kong has a general and cross-sector competition...more

DOL Continues to Warn Employers of Investigation of Systemic FMLA Issues

by Franczek Radelet P.C. on

Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of presenting on complex FMLA issues at the American Bar Association’s Annual Labor and Employment conference. During the session, entitled “The FMLA 20 Years Later,” we covered key FMLA...more

Common FCPA Issues

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

As our previous posts illustrate, violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”) can carry a hefty cost. Two issues are commonly the impetus for FCPA violations and, practically speaking, pose significant FCPA...more

CFPB and DOJ announce redlining settlement

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

Consistent with recent indications from CFPB and Department of Justice officials that more redlining cases would soon be coming, the CFPB and DOJ have announced a proposed consent order with Hudson City Savings Bank to settle...more

Justice Department Prioritizes Prosecution of Individuals for Corporate Misconduct in New Guidance

After prolonged criticism over its lack of prosecution of individuals responsible for corporate misconduct, the Justice Department has issued new internal guidance that makes clear that prosecuting individuals in white collar...more

“Individual Accountability for Corporate Wrongdoing”: The Yates Memo and the DOJ’s Focus on Individuals

by Alston & Bird on

On September 9, 2015, the Department of Justice issued a memo (“Individual Accountability for Corporate Wrongdoing”) to federal prosecutors nationwide implementing new policies that—for the first time—prioritize the...more

How to Effectively Handle a Wage and Hour Government Investigation

by FordHarrison on

According to recent studies, companies paid $400 million in 2014 and $39 million in the first three months of 2015 to settle wage and hour lawsuits exclusively. Aside from the ever-increasing threat of private wage and hour...more

E-Discovery: If you can’t take the data to the tools, take the tools to the data

Today we welcome Jo Sherman, CEO, EDT Inc. to share some of her thoughts on the challenge of international investigations and data collection/analysis. Given the challenges of discovery and data collection across borders in...more

Are Public Companies Required to Disclose that the Government is Investigating Them?

by K&L Gates LLP on

For many public companies, the first issue they have to confront after they receive a government subpoena or Civil Investigative Demand (“CID”) is whether to disclose publicly that they are under investigation. Curiously, the...more

FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report-Episode 167-Mara Senn on the Top 10 Practices in a Cross-Border Investigation

by Thomas Fox on

In this episode I visit with noted white collar practitioner Mara Senn who discusses her top 10 best practices when conducting cross-border investigations. ...more

FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report-Episode 156-emergency podcast on Deflategate and the Wells Report

by Thomas Fox on

In the first emergency podcast Jay Rosen and I review (what we know) of the Wells Report into Deflategate. We consider the issues from a FCPA compliance practitioner perspective and what lessons may be learned from the...more

DOJ and SEC Officials Focus on Enforcement, Self-Reporting and Compliance at International FCPA Conference

From November 18 to 19, 2014, the American Conference Institute held its annual U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) conference outside of Washington, D.C. Keynote speakers including U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)...more

Internal investigations and the Importance of Witness Interviews

by Michael Volkov on

Everyone claims to know how to conduct an internal investigation. Given the government’s reliance on internal investigations, law firms have beefed up their internal investigation services. Inevitably, the quality of internal...more

Global Investigations: Reading The Signals

by White & Case LLP on

As the global economy recovers, how will regulators respond? Experts provide perspectives on trends in regulatory and corporate investigations. Global trends in regulation - In the wake of the financial crisis,...more

Justice Department Opens Up False Claims Files for Criminal Investigation

by Michael Volkov on

The Justice Department has a penchant for disclosure – they tell you what they are going to do in advance and then they do it. Companies have tried to claim they were “shocked” or “surprised” by the Justice Department’s...more

Former FTC Regional Director and Court of Appeals Justice Answers What To Do When the FTC Investigates

by Gray Reed & McGraw on

We like to give you information that helps you stay off the radar of the Federal Trade Commission with posts. But, what do you do if the FTC does investigate? I asked newly-minted Gray Reed & McGraw shareholder Justice Jim...more

Long and Winding Road of FCPA Investigations

by Michael Volkov on

The Justice Department and the SEC attorneys have a duty to manage caseloads and move cases responsibly. I called it “cut and run.” Either the government has the evidence or it does not – and they now fairly early on what...more

A Surprise in Progressive Rock – FCPA Internal Investigations

by Thomas Fox on

The case has a long involved Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) history. It involves Panalpina and its customer Shell. David Smyth, in his great blog Cady Bar the Door, reported, in a post entitled “Texas Court of Appeals...more

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