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Department of Justice (DOJ)

A New Era of Cooperation and Compliance: How to Navigate FCPA Investigations

The Department of Justice (DOJ) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) continue to reveal insights on how to successfully navigate Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) investigations. Recently, the government geared up to combat overseas bribery with the appointment of 10 new FCPA prosecutors...

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Department of Justice (DOJ)

Getting to Declination: Achieve quick wins for remediation during an investigation

Regulators’ anti-corruption initiatives appear to be focusing attention on the effectiveness of companies’ compliance programs and controls. Remediation that includes implementation of effective controls may not only limit corruption risk but, for companies facing a potential...

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Finance

DOJ Takes Aim at Individuals: A quest to uncover violations of criminal law that purportedly occurred during the 2007-2008 financial crisis

Notwithstanding the recent series of record-breaking settlements between the Department of Justice (DOJ) and many of the world’s largest financial institutions[1], the DOJ has now set its sights on investigating individuals – pursuant to a civil statute – in a quest to uncover...

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