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As highlighted in this prior post, in June 2020 the Supreme Court concluded in Liu v. SEC  that “a disgorgement award that does not exceed a wrongdoer’s net profits and is awarded for victims is equitable relief permissible” under 78u(d)(5)
Continue Reading 5th Circuit Interprets “Awarded For Victims” Language From Supreme Court’s Liu Decision

This post is related to a prior post from March 2019 regarding the same subject.
In recent years, the U.S. government has secured approximately $1.7 billion in net Foreign Corrupt Practices Act settlement amounts in related FCPA enforcement actions against telecommunications
Continue Reading Swedish Appellate Court Agrees, Karimova Was Not A “Public Official” (The Same Enforcement Theory That The U.S. Largely Used To Secure Approximately $1.7 Billion In FCPA Settlements)

Since 2014, the FCPA Institute has elevated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act knowledge and practical skills of hundreds of professionals from around the world. In the current COVID environment, the traditional two-day in-person FCPA Institute is still not yet feasible.
Continue Reading Elevate Your FCPA Knowledge And Practical Skills – FCPA Institute Zoom (Oct. 27-29)