This episode is a conversation with Judge Shira Scheindlin who served as a federal trial court judge in the Southern District of New York for 20+ years. 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 largely 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.