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Anti-Corruption

FCPA Enforcement Is Here to Stay, Particularly Where Real Criminal Intent Is Apparent

With the DOJ's renewal of the FCPA’s self-disclosure pilot program in March comes many questions, the most common being: what does the indefinite extension mean for the FCPA enforcement overall? McGuireWoods partner Alex Brackett, whose practice focuses...

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Civil Justice

How Did They Get That Number? An expert witness talks about the art of calculating damages in IP litigation

Dana Trexler Smith leads EisnerAmper’s forensic services practice in Philadelphia. With an MBA from The Wharton School and a background in accounting, she provides expert testimony on damages in IP disputes. It’s a job that requires her to keep current on changes in the law and court...

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Civil Justice

Civil Justice Playbook: DOJ’s Missed Guidance:Corporate compliance programs would do well to take a long look

The Civil Justice Playbook sometimes cribs its best material from the Criminal Justice Playbook. What follows is a prime example. In early February, the fraud section of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Criminal Division posted a seven-page document that nobody seemed to notice...

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