FCPA Flash – The Official Podcast of FCPA Professor
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In this episode, Thompson Hine attorneys Joan Meyers and Matthew Ridings use two FCPA related civil actions to discuss privilege issues associated with internal investigations.
In this episode, Matthew Miner (the former DOJ Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Criminal Division) discusses how various DOJ policies (such as inability to pay, the FCPA Corporate Enforcement policy, and the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs) are likely to be interpreted during the COVID-19 crisis.
In this episode, Matthew Boyden (R. McConnell Group and previously a Special Assistant US Attorney in the S.D. of Texas and a U.S. Postal Inspector with the U.S. Postal Inspection Service) discusses the role of the Postal Inspection Service in FCPA investigations and how it interacts with other federal government agencies in investigating and prosecuting FCPA offenses.
In this episode, Philip Urofsky (Shearman & Sterling and a former FCPA enforcement official at the DOJ) provides a 2019 year in review and discusses: (i) whether the government has continued to advance expansive FCPA enforcement theories; (ii) the government’s expectations surrounding cooperation including whether the government could be more specific; and (iii) new players in the anti-corruption enforcement world.
In this episode, Gibson Dunn attorneys John Chesley and Chris Sullivan discuss various 2019 FCPA and related developments including: various enforcement statistics; the emergence of “FCPA clusters”; why FCPA related enforcement actions are important to FCPA practitioners; and whether the number of FCPA trials in 2019 was an aberration or a trend.