The year 2012 saw significant developments in enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, capped by the release in November of long-awaited guidance for complying with the 35-year-old foreign anti-bribery statute.
Main Justice and its sister site, Just Anti-Corruption, hosted a webinar on Jan. 17, 2013, entitled, “FCPA Year in Review”.
An archived version of the webinar is available below. To download the slides from the presentation, go to http://www.paulhastings.com/assets/pdfs/FCPA_Year_in_Review.pdf .
Timothy Dickinson, partner in Paul Hastings LLP’s litigation practice. Mr. Dickinson is one of the premier members of the FCPA defense bar with more than 30 years experience in anti-corruption law. His practice also includes U.S. export laws, economic sanctions, ITAR regulations (including enforcement actions), and political risk insurance.
Palmina Fava, partner in Paul Hastings LLP’s litigation practice and co-chair of the global compliance and disputes practice. Ms. Fava conducts internal corporate investigations, drafts and implements corporate governance programs, and represents corporations and individuals in civil litigation and government investigations.
- Analysis of the FCPA trials the Department of Justice lost, and won, and what they suggest for the future of enforcement
- New requirements for M&A anti-corruption due diligence
- The first announced DOJ declination and what it means
- Review of the year’s deferred prosecution agreements
- The new FCPA guidance issued by the DOJ and Securities and Exchange Commission
- The trend toward self-monitoring