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FCPA Flash Podcast – A Conversation With Patrick Campbell Regarding The Supreme Court’s Recent Decision In Gamble And Its Implications For FCPA Enforcement Including “Piling On”

FCPA Flash

The FCPA Flash podcast provides in an audio format the same fresh, candid, and informed commentary about the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and related topics as readers have come to expect from written posts on FCPA Professor.

This FCPA Flash episode is a conversation with Patrick Campbell (BakerHostetler) regarding an article he recently co-authored about the Supreme Court’s decision in Gamble v. U.S. about the Double Jeopardy Clause of the Fifth Amendment. During the podcast, Campbell: (i) describes the issue presented to the Supreme Court in Gamble; (ii) discusses why the decision in Gamble is FCPA relevant; and (iii) talks about the DOJ’s so-called anti-piling on policy.

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Elevate Your FCPA Knowledge And Practical Skills At The FCPA Institute – Boston (Oct. 3-4)


Interested in elevating your Foreign Corrupt Practices Act knowledge and practical skills?

For professionals in the FCPA space – or wishing to join the FCPA space – this is what the FCPA Institute is all about and the next FCPA Institute will be in Boston on October 3-4.

The FCPA Institute is different than a typical FCPA conference.

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This Week On FCPA Professor


FCPA Professor has been described as “the Wall Street Journal concerning all things FCPA-related,” and “the most authoritative source for those seeking to understand and apply the FCPA.”

Set forth below are the topics discussed this week on FCPA Professor.

As highlighted here, in a fact pattern believed to be a first in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act history, an individual pleaded guilty to FCPA and related offenses in connection with an adoption scheme in Uganda.

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Friday Roundup


Cannabis industry, fooled me, questions abound, investigative fees and expenses, survey says, scrutiny alert, and for the reading stack.

It’s all here in the Friday roundup.

Cannabis Industry

This recent FBI public recording states: “As an increasing number of states change their marijuana legislation, the FBI is seeing a public corruption threat emerge in the expanding cannabis industry. States require licenses to grow and sell the drug—opening the possibility for public officials to become susceptible to bribes in exchange for those licenses.”

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Issues To Consider From The Juniper Networks Enforcement Action


This prior post highlighted the SEC’s $11.7 million Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement action against Juniper Networks. This post continues the analysis by highlighting additional issues to consider.


As highlighted in this prior post, Juniper Networks disclosed its FCPA scrutiny in mid-2013. Thus, from start to finish the company’s FCPA scrutiny lasted an unconscionable six years.

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