Call for Nominations: Best FCPA Lawyers and Practices Groups 2012
By Mary Jacoby | November 5, 2012 9:10 pm

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Main Justice is accepting nominations for best Foreign Corrupt Practices Act lawyers and practice groups of 2012, to be published in early 2013.

We are inviting law firms to outline in brief essays how individual lawyers or practice groups offered superior advice, value and outcomes for clients in calendar year 2012.

Through our subscription-only sister site, Just Anti-Corruption, we offer complete coverage of the FCPA units at the Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission. Our rankings are based not only on interviews and law firm responses, but also on the experience we’ve gained from our deep-dive daily reporting on the FCPA bar and their cases.

To download a nomination form, click on the box above. Please email the completed and locked form to

Deadline for entries: Jan. 18, 2013.

No more than two individual attorneys may be nominated by a firm. Awards will be given both for outstanding individual service and for outstanding service by practice groups.

Categories for matters handled include internal investigations, government investigations, compliance, multi-jurisidictional enforcement, and individual representations (joint-defense agreements).

Among the issues we are looking for are the complexity of matters handled; outcomes; whether there were other related issues such as export controls, anti-money laundering or antitrust involved; whether the attorney has run overseas investigations and his or her role in those investigations; and ways the attorney/practice group has helped to achieve cost savings for clients.

Please address questions to:

Mary Jacoby, Editor-in-Chief
Main Justice
2024 P. St. NW, #300
Washington, D.C., 20036
phone: 202.621.6056


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