Please join our panel of experts as they discuss the following topics:
- Can corporations conduct effective internal investigations under SFO rules prohibiting interviews of company personnel?
- Will the Second Circuit’s July decision in US v. Allen force the DOJ to back off prosecuting most foreign executives in US courts? Or can this "clash of legal systems" be avoided with closer cooperation?
- What impact will the new UK failure to prevent money laundering offense have on enforcement?
- How do differing US and UK policies regarding attorney client privilege impact multinational investigations?
- Is the SFO protocol for handling DPAs fairer or more effective than the US system that returns billions to the US Treasury?
- What are the consequences of UK DPAs that do not protect companies from debarment?
- What do the FIFA, Vimpelcom, Petrobras, Rolls-Royce and other big cases teach us about the risks of prosecution?
- How does politics affect enforcement policy and practice and what changes may be coming soon?
- How does the Justice Department’s increasing use of the US conspiracy, aiding and abetting, obstruction and AML statutes affect enforcement risks?
- What’s behind the Securities and Exchange Commission’s expansive interpretations of liability, jurisdiction, and definition of a government official in recent FCPA resolutions?
- What compliance policies and practices are needed to meet the emerging global standard for an effective program?
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