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Historically, November has witnessed numerous Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement actions and related developments and this post dips into the archives to highlight some of those developments.
In November 2020, the OECD released its Phase 4 Report of the United State’s
Continue Reading November

This prior post highlighted Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco’s recent speech in which she made various policy pronouncements on behalf of the DOJ relevant to corporate crime investigations and prosecutions.
Sandra Moser (currently a lawyer in private practice at Morgan Lewis
Continue Reading Former DOJ Fraud Section Chief Questions Whether Recent DOJ Policy Pronouncements May Deter Corporate Voluntary Disclosures

Last week, Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco delivered this speech as part of the ABA’s National Institute on White Collar Crime.
While the speech is generating a significant amount of attention, substantively the speech was largely a yawner and the policy
Continue Reading Deputy AG Monaco On Individual Accountability, Prior Misconduct, Monitors, And NPAs and DPAs (With Commentary)

This mid-2021 post highlighted the noticeable trend of the DOJ specifically alleging that an individual violated the FCPA’s anti-bribery provisions, yet not charging the individual with FCPA anti-bribery violations, but rather money laundering violations.
Last week, the DOJ returned to this
Continue Reading DOJ Announces Additional Venezuelan Bribery Schemes – Yet No FCPA Charges