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FCPA Flash Podcast – A Conversation With Thomas Gorman Regarding The SEC’s Recent Internal Controls Report Of Investigation

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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 Thomas Gorman (Dorsey & Whitney, former Senior Counsel in the SEC’s Division of Enforcement, and founder and editor of the informative SEC Actions blog). In the episode, Gorman discusses the SEC’s recent report of investigation relevant to the FCPA’s internal controls provisions, whether certain emerging FCPA issues should have been addressed through a report of investigation as opposed to an enforcement action, and common SEC internal controls enforcement theories including the “prevent and detect” standard not even found in the FCPA.

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FCPA Flash Podcast – A Conversation With Jonathan Rusch Regarding DOJ Policy

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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 Jonathan Rusch (former official in the DOJ fraud section, former in-house FCPA counsel at Wells Fargo, and current a principal at DTG Risk & Compliance). During the podcast, Rusch discusses his 2016 published open memo to the DOJ for how it can do its job better and discusses recent events such as the DOJ abandoning its prior formal compliance counsel position, the DOJ’s new monitor policy and the DOJ’s “anti-piling” on policy.

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FCPA Flash Podcast – A Conversation With Daniel Suleiman Regarding Internal Investigations

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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 Daniel Suleiman (Covington & Burling who previously served as a senior official in the DOJ’s Criminal Division including as Deputy Chief of Staff & Counselor to the Assistant Attorney General). During the podcast, Suleiman discusses the life cycle of FCPA internal investigations including: issues warranting an internal investigation; who should conduct the investigation; how to conduct the investigation; what to do with investigative findings; and how to properly scope investigations.

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FCPA Flash – A Conversation With Judge Shira Scheindlin, The FCPA’s Most Prominent Judge

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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 Judge Shira Scheindlin. Judge Scheindlin served as a federal trial court judge in the Southern District of New York for 20+ years until May 2016.  Most federal court judges go their entire career without an FCPA case being placed on their docket. However, Judge Scheindlin is an exception and during her time on the bench she refereed more disputed FCPA issues than any other federal court judge in FCPA history. During the podcast, Judge Scheindlin describes how she was generally on a judicial island when interpreting the FCPA and the difficulty of interpreting the “ambiguous” FCPA. The podcast is a must listen for anyone interested in FCPA jurisprudence.

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FCPA Flash – A Conversation About Voluntary Disclosure On Both Sides Of The Atlantic

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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 Keith Rosen and Pamela Reddy (both attorneys with Norton Rose Fulbright, Rosen in Washington, D.C. and Reddy in London). Along with other Norton Rose attorneys, Rosen and Reedy recently authored an article titled “Self-Reporting Bribery: The Ongoing Dilemma” that caught my eye.  During the podcast, Rosen and Reddy highlight voluntary disclosure dynamics on both sides of the Atlantic and whether the enforcement agencies are actually “shooting themselves in the foot (see here, herehere and here for prior posts) when it comes to encouraging voluntary disclosure.

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