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Mike Koehler
New Article: The Uncomfortable Truths and Double Standards of Bribery Enforcement

This article was reprinted with permission from FCPA Professor My new article “The Uncomfortable Truths and Double Standards of Bribery Enforcement” will soon be published in the Fordham Law Review. Click here to download the article. ...

Thomas Fox
Whom Should You Suspend During an Internal FCPA Investigation?

Whom to suspend during any Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) investigation is always a delicate question to answer. Unfortunately there is never an easy answer. As the Volkswagen (VW) emission-testing scandal continues to reverberate, it continues...

Kevin M. LaCroix
Ninth Circuit: Embezzler Executive’s Knowledge Can Be Imputed to Company in Innocent Third Party-Filed Securities Suit

For purposes of determining the scienter of a corporate entity defendant under the federal securities laws, a company’s executives’ knowledge generally is imputed to company. There is an exception to these general principles – the “...

Steven A. Meyerowitz
Are You Ready? Five Key Cybersecurity Battlefronts.

“No foreign nation, no hacker, should be able to shut down our networks, steal our trade secrets, or invade the privacy of American families. . . . I urge this Congress to finally pass the legislation we need to better meet the evolving threat of...

Mike Koehler
Reading Assignment: The Latest Judicial Opinion Regarding the DOJ’s Use of DPAs

This article was reprinted with permission from FCPA Professor If you have an interest in the DOJ’s frequent use of deferred prosecution agreements (DPAs), then this recent judicial opinion by U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan (D.D.C....

Thomas Fox
Booking a Meeting? In Venezuela It May Cost You a Rolex

First it was Petrobras but it certainly did not take long for the second shoe to drop for the other corrupt national energy company in Latin America, the Venezuelan national oil company Petróleos de Venezuela, also known as PdVSA. Anyone in the...