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DOJ Issues Declination to Global Insurance Company Under FCPA Enforcement Policy

DOJ Issues Declination to Global Insurance Company Under FCPA Enforcement Policy

The Justice Department continues its enforcement “silence” with no major corporate prosecutions announced this year.  It is an interesting question but it appears that the wheels have ground to a halt, with one major exception – prosecutors are bringing cases against individuals.  Inside the Justice Department corporate criminal FCPA enforcement has been held up. For FCPA practitioners and commentators, that leaves individual cases and corporate...

Episode 15 — The Justice Department’s New FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy

Episode 15 — The Justice Department’s New FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy

On November 26, 2017, the Justice Department announced adoption of its new FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy.  Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced the new policy at an FCPA Conference in Washington, D.C. Under the new policy, corporations that voluntarily disclose potential FCPA violations, fully cooperate with the investigation and implement timely and appropriate remediation will earn a presumptive declination, subject to the absence of aggravating...

Calculating the New Balance Between Disclosure and Non-Disclosure of Potential FCPA Violations

Calculating the New Balance Between Disclosure and Non-Disclosure of Potential FCPA Violations

The Justice Department’s new FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy has altered the balance between disclosure and non-disclosure of FCPA violations.  How is that for a profound grasp of the obvious? All kidding aside, the question is how much has the balance been changed?  I am not sure there will be a significant increase in the number of companies deciding to seek the benefits under the new...