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Global Anti-Bribery Year-in-Review: 2017 Developments and Predictions for 2018

by WilmerHale on

This past year marked the 40th anniversary of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”). Since its enactment in 1977, the U.S. Department of Justice (the “DOJ”) has brought approximately 300 FCPA enforcement actions,...more

Burr Alert: Part IV: White Collar Courier: Delivering News and Providing Guidance in White Collar Matters

by Burr & Forman on

In part one of this series, I detailed how the U.S. Department of Justice has focused its attention on the aggressive investigation and prosecution of “pill mill” cases. See “Part One: DOJ Devotes Resources, Vows to Come...more

Speed Bump Or Dead End? The 2018 Retrial Prospects For Sen. Menendez

by Ifrah PLLC on

This holiday season was undoubtedly festive for Senator Bob Menendez, whose corruption trial ended with a deadlocked jury in mid-November. The Department of Justice (DOJ) has yet to announce whether it will elect to re-try...more

Justice Department Closes Out 2017 with 2 FCPA Actions: Keppel Offshore and Marine and Embraer Individual

by Michael Volkov on

The Department of Justice finished 2017 with two significant FCPA enforcement actions, and fittingly, one was a corporate settlement and another was an individual criminal guilty plea. The Justice Department’s final FCPA...more

FCPA Digest - January 2018

by Shearman & Sterling LLP on

Shearman & Sterling’s bi-annual Trends & Patterns in FCPA Enforcement report provides insightful analysis of recent enforcement trends and patterns in the US, the UK and elsewhere, as well as helpful guidance on emerging best...more

Burr Alert: Part III: White Collar Courier: Delivering News and Providing Guidance in White Collar Matters

by Burr & Forman on

In part one of this series, I detailed how the U.S. Department of Justice has focused its attention on the aggressive investigation and prosecution of “pill mill” cases. See “Part One: DOJ Devotes Resources, Vows to Come...more

White-Collar Motive, Gun Crazy Movie

In 1950, producers Frank and Maurice King released Gun Crazy, a sometimes surreal Bonnie-and-Clyde story with an introverted, pacifist gun lover (Barton Tare, played by John Dall) and an English femme fatale sharpshooter...more

Fifth Circuit Creates Confession Carve Out for Corporate Criminal Defendants

by Locke Lord LLP on

A fundamental pillar of criminal law has long been a defendant’s Sixth Amendment right to confront their accuser. Part and parcel to a defendant’s Sixth Amendment right is the “Bruton doctrine,” which precludes out-of-court...more

A Primer for In-House Counsel: Corporate and Financial Crimes, Part 1: : Criminal Law 101

What Statutes Set Out Criminal Offences in Canada? Canada’s criminal law is set out in the Criminal Code. The Criminal Code is made by Parliament and applies equally in every province and territory. The Criminal Code...more

Expansion of FCPA “Pilot Program” is Good for Companies, but Heed the Fine Print

by McGuireWoods LLP on

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s Nov. 29 announcement that the Department of Justice FCPA “Pilot Program” will be permanently expanded is good news for companies that repeatedly faced the dilemma of whether or not to...more

Burr Alert: Part II: White Collar Courier: Delivering News and Providing Guidance in White Collar Matters

by Burr & Forman on

In part one of this series, I detailed how the U.S. Department of Justice has focused its attention on the aggressive investigation and prosecution of “pill mill” cases. See “Part One: DOJ Devotes Resources, Vows to Come...more

The Propriety of Prosecutorial Bluffing

This year, the Innocence Project celebrated its 25th anniversary. With this milestone, Time magazine observed the increasing trend of exonerations of the falsely accused: “For the third year in a row the number of...more

DOJ Continues Run on Individual FCPA Criminal Prosecutions

by Michael Volkov on

The Department of Justice announced criminal FCPA charges against two individuals in connection with bribery payments to foreign officials in Chad and Uganda. The Justice Department’s announcement occurred on the heels of...more

How Lying to the U.S. Government Can Land You in Jail

by Holland & Knight LLP on

If you ask people why Martha Stewart went to jail, many will say insider trading. And if you ask others what crime Scooter Libby committed, most will say breaching national security by disclosing the name of a covert C.I.A....more

Sticking to the Bargain: The D.C. and Second Circuits Uphold Limits on Courts' Authority to Supervise, Modify, or Challenge DPAs

by DLA Piper on

Three DLA Piper attorneys discuss the distinct differences between deferred and nonprosecution agreements. The authors examine the nuances of both agreements, using recent court cases to elaborate on details that businesses...more

Burr Alert: Part I: White Collar Courier: Delivering News and Providing Guidance in White Collar Matters

by Burr & Forman on

Before joining Burr & Forman, I was a federal prosecutor for a little over a decade focusing on health care fraud and general white collar matters. In that role, I was a member of a prosecution team that secured guilty...more

Three Stripes and You're Out: Coach Pitino's Outrage Against Adidas

by Stinson Leonard Street on

The FBI recently charged 10 people, including four college basketball assistant coaches at prominent Division I universities and a head executive at Adidas inter alios, with corruption and bribery crimes for...more

Government Enforcement Investigations – What You Need to Know in 2018

On October 4, 2017, Skadden presented the seminar “Government Enforcement Investigations – What You Need to Know in 2018.” Skadden partners Ryan Junck and Elizabeth Robertson, both based in London, moderated the panel...more

Dieselgate: Bringing a Face to Scandal Impacting Volkswagen Owners

A Volkswagen manager pleaded guilty to conspiracy and violating the Clean Air Act and could get seven years in prison. A Volkswagen engineer who agreed to testify against the Volkswagen manager was sentenced to three years in...more

ArthroCare CEO Reconvicted for Fraud

by Michael Volkov on

The healthcare industry continues to be a frequent target for criminal prosecutions. More importantly, federal prosecutors are ready, willing and able to bring criminal cases against C-Suite actors involved in healthcare...more

The Telia FCPA Resolution, Part I

by Thomas Fox on

While the resolution of the Telia Company (Telia) Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) matter has long been awaited, the results announced yesterday by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Securities and Exchange Commission...more

DOJ Signals Changes to Corporate-Crime Prosecution

by Morgan Lewis on

Deputy Attorney General said he anticipates policy changes “in the near future” and suggested emphasis on individual accountability. The US Department of Justice (DOJ) may soon announce changes to its policies for...more

Yates Memo's Influence Felt in DOJ Health Care Enforcement

by Jones Day on

In September 2015, Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates issued a memorandum titled "Individual Accountability for Corporate Wrongdoing." In it, she stressed that one of the most effective ways to combat corporate misconduct is...more

Dorsey Anti-Corruption Digest - August 2017

by Dorsey & Whitney LLP on

The Department of Justice (DOJ) ended its probe of Net1 UEPS Technologies, according to SEC filings from the South African-based payment processing company. The company received a declination from the Securities and Exchange...more

Court Dispenses With Fraud Defense Based on Gumball Victims’ Disclaimers

The Chicklets and Runts vending machine at your local car repair shop last decade may have been one piece of a fraudulent enterprise that ensnarled roughly 7,000 victims. As CEO of Vendstar, Defendant Edward (“Ned”) Weaver...more

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