Is the Paper Tiger Sharpening its Teeth?

Posted by - October 14, 2014
In terms of FCPA enforcement, the UK's Serious Fraud Office doesn't hold a candle to the U.S. Department of Justice. Not yet, anyway. Over the past few months, it has become clear that the tide is turning; the SFO has several high-profile cases in the works and is seeking to…
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The FCPA in 2013: The Year in Review

Posted by - January 27, 2014
2013 was a significant year in FCPA enforcement. Both the Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission continued to aggressively pursue FCPA cases and communicate their views on evolving best practices. In addition to the corporate enforcement actions, 2013 saw the greatest number of individual enforcement actions brought since…
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Disgorgement: The Devil You Don’t Know

Posted by - April 12, 2010
Sasha Kalb and Marc Bohn of Miller & Chevalier provide an in-depth examination of the SEC's application of disgorgement - the remedy used to deprive wrong-doers of their ill-gotten gains and deter violations of federal securities law - in FCPA resolutions.
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