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The DOJ’s New FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy: Dangling Presumptive Declination as an Incentive for Voluntary Disclosure
Lucinda Low, Brittany Prelogar, and Jessica Piquet Megaw
December 4, 2017
Use of Testimony Compelled in Foreign Jurisdictions
Patrick F. Linehan
December 4, 2017
Recent Settlements Reveal the Hidden ABAC Risks and Rewards of Internal Audits
Matthew J. Herrington, Brady Cassis
July 19, 2017, The Anti-Corruption Report
In the Wake of Kokesh v. SEC: Whither Disgorgement in FCPA Cases
Lucinda Low, Tom Best, and Jessica Megaw
July 13, 2017
ISO Standard on Anti-Corruption Measures: The First Nine Months and Next Steps
Matthew J. Herrington, Brady Cassis
July 6, 2017, Compliance Complete
2017 FCPA Mid-Year Review
Lucinda A. Low, Brittany Prelogar, Tom Best, Brigida Benitez, Pablo M. Bentes, Patrick Rappo, Evan T. Abrams, Helen Aldridge, Claire Blakey, Brady Cassis, Sara Chouraqui, Peter Ibrahim, Peter Jeydel, John C. London, Jessica Piquet Megaw, Alexandra Melia, Bibek Raj Pandey, Stephanie W. Wang, Zhu (Judy) Wang, Bo Yue
June 29, 2017
AIIB New Prohibited Practices Policy
Lucinda Low, Susan Munro, Brigida Benitez, Jessica Megaw, and Henry Cao
May 12, 2017
2016 FCPA Year in Review
Lucinda A. Low, Tom Best, Brittany Prelogar, Richard J. Battaglia, Brigida Benitez, Pablo M. Bentes, Jeffrey W. Cottle, Matthew J. Herrington, Susan Munro, Patrick Rappo, Richard K. Wagner, Evan T. Abrams, Helen Aldridge, Brady Cassis, Sara Chouraqui, Peter Jeydel, John C. London, Jessica Piquet Megaw, Alexandra Melia, Bibek Raj Pandey, Zhu (Judy) Wang, Stephanie W. Wang, Timothy A. Work, Bo Yue
February 16, 2017
DOJ Export Controls and Economic Sanctions Enforcement Guidance Likely to Impact Government Contractors, Parallels FCPA Pilot Program
Tom Best, Jack R. Hayes, Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low
December 19, 2016, Thomson Reuters Briefing Papers
UK Government Seek Consultations on New Civil Penalties For Violations of Economic Sanctions
Maury Shenk, Patrick Rappo, Edward Krauland, Jeff Cottle
December 13, 2016
World Bank’s Integrity Vice Presidency Releases Annual Integrity Update
Lucinda Low, Tom Best, Brigida Benitez, Jessica Piquet Megaw
November 1, 2016
Treating Like Cases Alike – A Tool for Quantifying Compliance Issue Severity
Matthew Herrington and Stephanie Wang
July 13, 2016, The FCPA Report
PRC Promulgates New Legal Interpretations for Criminal Cases Involving Bribery and Corruption
Susan Munro, Richard Wagner, and Lin Yang
May 12, 2016
Canadian Supreme Court Upholds World Bank Immunities in World Bank Group v. Wallace, Encouraging a Continued Flow of Referrals to National Prosecutors
Lucinda A. Low, Jessica Piquet Megaw
May 3, 2016
Will DOJ’s FCPA Pilot Program Fly With Companies Considering Self-Disclosure?
Lucinda A. Low, Brian M. Heberlig, William L. Drake, Nathan W. Cunningham
April 11, 2016
Developing Key Performance Indicators and Tracking Metrics for an Anti-Corruption Program (Part Two of Two)
Matthew Herrington and Jonathan Drimmer
March 9, 2016, The FCPA Report
2015 FCPA Year in Review
Lucinda A. Low, Brigida Benitez, Tom Best, Richard J. Battaglia, Pablo M. Bentes, Jeffrey W. Cottle, Matthew J. Herrington, Simon Hirsbrunner, Susan Munro, Patrick Rappo, John P. Rupp, Richard K. Wagner, Helen Aldridge, Peter Jeydel, John C. London, Jessica Piquet Megaw, Alexandra Melia, Bibek Raj Pandey, Stephanie W. Wang, Bo Yue
March 8, 2016
Developing Key Performance Indicators and Tracking Metrics for an Anti-Corruption Program (Part One of Two)
Matthew Herrington and Jonathan Drimmer
February 24, 2016, The FCPA Report
Debarred - Navigating the World Bank's Sanctions Process
Patrick Rappo, Lucinda Low, Brigida Benitez, and Helen Aldridge
January 28, 2016, Lexis®PSL Commercial
Finally, A DPA from the UK: Assessing and Comparing the Standard Bank Judgment
Patrick Rappo, Jeffrey Cottle, John Rupp, Lucinda Low, Richard Battaglia, and Susan Munro
January 15, 2016
Anti-Bribery Laws - Foreign Guns Pointing at Africans' Heads
Patrick Rappo, Helen Aldridge
Winter 2015, Law Digest
Co-author, The “Demand Side” of Transnational Bribery and Corruption: Why Leveling the Playing Field on the Supply Side Isn’t Enough
Lucinda A. Low, John C. London
November 2015, 84 Fordham L. Rev. 563
China Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption
Susan Munro
November 2015, The Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Review
From Anti-Corruption Policy To Anti-Corruption Program
Matthew Herrington and Stephanie Wang
November 9, 2015, Law360
Are You Ready For Visits From Chinese State Authorities?
Growing Relevance Of PRC Criminal Law And Practice To Foreign Investor Operations
Richard K. Wagner, Lucinda A. Low, Susan Munro, and Lin Yang
October 26, 2015
UK's First Corporate Settlement for Failure to Prevent Bribery
Patrick Rappo, Helen Aldridge
October 23, 2015, Compliance Complete
The Hidden Costs of FCPA-Related Corporate Transparency
Matthew Herrington, Tom Best, and Brady Cassis
September 22, 2015
The Hidden Costs of FCPA-Related Corporate Transparency
Matthew Herrington and Tom Best
September 18, 2015, Law360
How Not to Win Friends and Influence People: Internships and Public Officials
Patrick Rappo, Alexandra Melia
September 17, 2015, Compliance Complete
China Promulgates the Ninth Amendment to the PRC Criminal Law
Susan Munro and Lin Yang
September 10, 2015
DC Circuit Re-Affirms April 2014 Decision Invalidating Portion of Conflict Minerals Regime as Unconstitutional
Lucinda Low, Brittany Prelogar, and Jessica Megaw
August 26, 2015
The Internships that Backfired: BNY Mellon Settles FCPA Investigation over Intern Hiring Practices
Lucinda Low, Kaitlin Cassel
August 25, 2015
Offsets in International Defense Trade
Andy Irwin, Peter Jeydel, and Christian Sylvain
August 4, 2015, Thomson Reuters Briefing Papers
Gold standard or paper tiger? Anniversary gifts for the UK Bribery Act
Patrick Rappo, Helen Aldridge
July 2, 2015, Compliance Complete
Does SEC’s Enforcement Action Against BHP Billiton Take the FCPA’s Accounting Provisions Too Far?
Lucinda A. Low and Tom Best
May 27, 2015
Post-Election Update: Financial Crime and the Tories
Patrick Rappo and Alexandra Melia
May 22, 2015, Compliance Complete
2014 FCPA Year in Review
Lucinda A. Low, Brittany Prelogar, Brigida Benitez, Pablo M. Bentes, Tom Best, Patrick Rappo, Helen Aldridge, Peter Jeydel, John C. London, Bibek Raj Pandey, Jessica Piquet Megaw, Stephanie W. Wang, Bo Yue
February 13, 2015
December was a big Month for UK Serious Fraud Office
Patrick Rappo, Jeffrey Cottle, Lucinda Low, Richard Battaglia, Susan Munro, and Helen Aldridge
January 15, 2015, Law360
The UK Anti-Corruption Plan: Co-operation, Transparency and Hard Graft
Patrick Rappo, Jeffrey Cottle, Lucinda Low, Richard Battaglia, Susan Munro, and Helen Aldridge
January 14, 2015
SFO - Ready to Strike Tigers As Well As Flies?
Patrick Rappo, Jeffrey Cottle, Lucinda Low, Richard Battaglia, Susan Munro, and Helen Aldridge
January 8, 2015
Anti-Bribery and Corruption Guidance for Banks: A Lesson For Every Industry?
Patrick Rappo, Jeffrey Cottle, Lucinda Low, Richard Battaglia, and Helen Aldridge
December 2014, Financial Fraud Law Report
China Compliance Manual
Susan Munro, Ying Huang, and Hannah Cao
November 2014, AmCham China
China Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption
Susan Munro and Amy Wang
November 2014, The Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Review
Draft Amendments to Chinese Criminal Law Upgrade Bribery and Privacy Provisions
Susan Munro, Lucinda Low, Bo Yue, and Yongli Xu
November 18, 2014
Of Car Washes and Clean Companies—Brazil’s Recent Anti-Corruption Efforts
Lucinda Low, Pablo Bentes
November 17, 2014
China Question: What Should I Do When I'm Being Investigated?
Susan Munro
November 2014, China Law & Practice
China Supreme People’s Procuratorate Strengthens Protection for Whistleblowers
Susan Munro, Lucinda Low, Bo Yue, and Yongli Xu
November 4, 2014
The National Crime Agency: One Year On
Patrick Rappo, Alexandra Melia
October 1, 2014, Compliance Complete
Another Context - The Sanctions Regime of the World Bank and Other IFIs
Lucinda Low and Brigida Benitez
September 2014, WorldECR
Legal Privilege and Investigations: A Transatlantic Minefield
Patrick Rappo, Alexandra Melia
September 11, 2014, Compliance Complete
Facilitation Payments Revisited
Patrick Rappo, Helen Aldridge
August 8, 2014, Compliance Complete
Noble Corp. Settlement Leaves FCPA Questions Unanswered
Tom Best, Lucinda Low and Andrew Bardi
July 14, 2014, Law360
Wait Until Next Time: Noble Corp. Executives and SEC Settle Pending Litigation on Eve of Trial, Leaving Basic FCPA Questions Unanswered
Lucinda A. Low, Tom Best
July 8, 2014
Analysis of Banking Sector Guidance on Anti-Bribery and Corruption
Patrick Rappo, Helen Aldridge
June 19, 2014, Compliance Complete
Anti-Bribery and Corruption Guidance for Banks: A Lesson for Every Industry?
Patrick Rappo, Jeffrey Cottle, Lucinda Low, Richard Battaglia, Helen Aldridge
June 4, 2014
South African Regulator Imposes Sanctions on ‘Big Four’ Banks: Lessons for Overseas Financial Institutions
Patrick Rappo, Helen Aldridge
June 3, 2014, Compliance Complete
Stay of SEC Conflict Minerals Rule Denied; June 2 Initial Reporting Deadline Stands
Lucinda Low and Brittany Prelogar
May 28, 2014
Eleventh Circuit Issues Long-Awaited Decision in Haiti Teleco Case: Eschews Bright-Line Test for FCPA “Instrumentalities”
Lucinda Low, Tom Best, and Andrew Bardi
May 27, 2014
Defining “Adequate Procedures?” UK Financial Conduct Authority Issues Another Regulatory Fine for Poor ABC Controls
Lucinda Low, Patrick Rappo, Jeff Cottle, Richard Battaglia, Helen Aldridge
April 23, 2014
US Court of Appeals Strikes Portion of Conflict Mineral Regime As Unconstitutional, Upholds Other Portions of SEC Rule
Lucinda Low and Brittany Prelogar
April 22, 2014
Financial crime update: New Sentencing Council Guidelines for fraud, bribery and money laundering corporate offenders
Patrick Rappo, Helen Aldridge
March 17, 2014, Compliance Complete
The European Commission’s First Biannual EU Anti-Corruption Report
Setting the Stage for an Enhanced EU Role in Combating Corruption, Broadened Legal Standards, and a More Active Debarment Regime?
Lucinda A. Low, Yves Botteman, Guy Soussan, Philip Woolfson, Patrick Rappo, Jeffrey W. Cottle
March 17, 2014
Financial Crime Update: Deferred Prosecution Agreements and the Financial Services Industry
Patrick Rappo, Helen Aldridge
March 12, 2014, Compliance Complete
Deferred Prosecution Agreements Now in Force in the UK, Potentially Promoting Self-Reporting and Cross-Border Settlements
Patrick Rappo, Jeffrey Cottle, Lucinda Low, Richard Battaglia, and Helen Aldridge
March 5, 2014
2013 FCPA Year in Review
Lucinda A. Low, Tom Best, Pablo M. Bentes, Jeffrey W. Cottle, Peter Jeydel, Susan Munro, Bibek Raj Pandey, Anthony Rapa, Patrick Rappo
February 28, 2014
Update On Intent Standard For Criminal Export Violations
Keith Huffman
February 28, 2014, Law360
Export Control and Anticorruption Considerations in Government Contracting Outside the United States
Andy Irwin, Tom Best, Jeanne Cook, Jack Hayes
Winter 2014, The Procurement Lawyer
UK DPAs, Corporate Fines, and Incentives for Corporate Offenders
Patrick Rappo, Jeffrey Cottle, Lucinda Low, Richard Battaglia, and Helen Aldridge
February 24, 2014
Extraterritorial Reach of US Laws on Trade and Investment: Arm of US Jurisdiction Getting Longer?
Tom Best
February 11, 2014, Compliance Complete
Lessons From Alcoa's Bahrain FCPA Bribery Case
Brigida Benitez, Tom Best and Lucinda Low
January 21, 2014, Law360
Alcoa Settles Bahrain FCPA Bribery Case with SEC and DoJ for $384 Million Following Collapse of SFO Prosecution of Agent
Case Shows Risks to Parent of Managing Global Lines of Business
Lucinda Low, Brigida Benitez, and Tom Best
January 17, 2014
Integrating Domestic and International Compliance
Andrew D. Irwin and Thomas R. Best
December 2013, Briefing Papers
Weatherford Settlements
Integrated FCPA and Trade Controls Enforcement Actions Highlight the Importance of Integrated Compliance, Suggest Expanding SEC Enforcement Efforts
Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low, Tom Best, Jack R. Hayes
December 9, 2013
Co-author, Practical Guidance for Companies Considering Business in Myanmar
Meredith Rathbone
October 11, 2013, The Export Practitioner, Vol. 27, No. 9
Co-author, Navigating Global Anti-Corruption Rules: An Integrated Approach to Anticorruption and Human Rights Compliance
Brittany Prelogar, Peter Jeydel
September 18, 2013, Ethisphere Magazine, Quarter 2, 2013
SFO Lays Its First Charges under the Bribery Act
Richard J. Battaglia, Lucinda A. Low, Patrick Rappo
August 23, 2013
DC District Court Upholds SEC's Conflict Mineral Due Diligence and Reporting Rule
Lucinda A. Low, Brittany Prelogar
August 9, 2013
DC District Court Vacates SEC's Extractive Issuer Disclosure Rule
Richard J. Battaglia, Lucinda A. Low, Brittany Prelogar
July 8, 2013
Settlement Brings Long-Running Total FCPA Matter to Closure in the US
Lucinda A. Low, Brittany Prelogar, Richard J. Battaglia
June 4, 2013
UK Legislation Permitting Deferred Prosecution Agreements Is Approved
Richard J. Battaglia, Tom Best, Lucinda A. Low, Patrick Rappo
April 29, 2013
Brigida Benitez, Sean Griffin, and Biz Scott Author Article on FCPA Enforcement for Minority Corporate Counsel Association
Brigida Benitez, Bizunesh "Biz" Scott
March 25, 2013
A Primer on Internal Corporate Investigations
Meredith Rathbone and Anthony Rapa
March 20, 2013, The Review of Securities & Commodities Regulation
2012 FCPA Year in Review
Pablo M. Bentes, Tom Best, Peter Jeydel, Lucinda A. Low, Bibek Raj Pandey, Brittany Prelogar
February 19, 2013
DOJ/SEC FCPA Guidance—A ‘Must Read’ for US Government Contractors Seeking Work Abroad
Lucinda Low, Andy Irwin, Chris Conte, Brittany Prelogar, Rich Battaglia, Tom Best, and Sarah Lamoree
December 5, 2012, The Government Contractor
Guidance on the Guidance: Highlights from the Resource Guide to the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
Richard J. Battaglia, Tom Best, Christopher R. Conte, Lucinda A. Low, Brittany Prelogar
November 21, 2012
Compliance Issues Associated with Private Security Contracting in Support of the US Government
Andrew Irwin, Stephen Heifetz, Meredith Rathbone, Marc Frey, Michael Navarre, and Henry Smith
November 2012, Briefing Papers
Serious Fraud Office's Serious Approach To Bribery Act
Patrick Norton, Lucinda Low, Rich Battaglia, Tom Best, and Bérengère Parmly
October 18, 2012, Law360
International Law Advisory – Emphasis on the “Serious” from the Serious Fraud Office: UK SFO Revokes Prior Guidance on Foreign Bribery Enforcement
Richard J. Battaglia, Tom Best, Lucinda A. Low
October 15, 2012
Work on Pending FCPA Guidance Continues as Stakeholder Inputs are Solicited: Issuance Date Still Unknown
Lucinda Low, Tom Best, and Owen Bonheimer
October 2012, Financial Fraud Law Report
FCPA Liability In M&A: Lessons From Pfizer Settlements
Lucinda Low, Tom Best, and Jeanne Cook
September 11, 2012, Law360
FCPA Enforcement Update – Recent Pfizer FCPA Settlements Suggest Evolving DOJ and SEC Approaches to Successor Liability in M&A Transactions
Tom Best, Lucinda A. Low
August 28, 2012
SEC Adopts Expansive Disclosure Regime for Extractive Resource Issuers
Lucinda A. Low, Brittany Prelogar
August 24, 2012
Avoiding FCPA Prosecution For Employee Conduct
Lucinda A. Low, Owen Bonheimer, and Tom Best
May 25, 2012, Law360
Recent Developments Highlight Value of Robust Compliance Programs in Avoiding Prosecution for Employee Conduct, May Signal US Authorities’ Response to FCPA Reform Pressures
Tom Best, Lucinda A. Low
May 24, 2012
Work on Pending FCPA Guidance Continues as Stakeholder Inputs are Solicited: Issuance Date Still Unknown
Tom Best, Lucinda A. Low
May 4, 2012
Anti-Corruption Year in Review 2011
Lucinda A. Low
March 6, 2012
What Sets SciClone's FCPA Derivative Suit Apart
Lucinda Low, Sean Griffin and Shannon MacMichael
November 28, 2011, Law360
SciClone Shareholders Require Stringent Anti-Corruption Compliance Measures in Proposed Settlement of Derivative Suit
Lucinda A. Low
November 7, 2011
“Bribery Is Us”: Court Rejects Costa-Rican SOE’s Attempt to Claim Victim Status in Alcatel-Lucent Bribery Scheme (October 5, 2011)
Lucinda A. Low
October 5, 2011
Recent UK Enforcement Actions Highlight Broad Range of UK Anti-Corruption Laws
August 22, 2011
Racing to a Locked Door? SEC Issues Final Whistleblower Bounty Rule and Announces First Deferred Prosecution Agreement, Revealing Competing Incentives for Corporate Self Reporting
Christopher R. Conte, Lucinda A. Low
June 7, 2011
“State-Owned Enterprises” Under the FCPA
Lucinda A. Low
June 3, 2011
BAE Systems Settles Civil Charges of ITAR Violations for $79 Million
Jack R. Hayes, Edward J. Krauland, Meredith Rathbone
May 24, 2011
Managing International Regulatory Risk in the Government Contracts Supply Chain
Meredith Rathbone
May 2011, Briefing Papers
FCPA Self-Reporting and the Effects of the Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Provisions: A New Calculus
Lucinda A. Low
May 5, 2011
UK Ministry of Justice Publishes Guidance to the UK Bribery Act; Announces Act to Enter into Force on July 1, 2011
Matthew J. Herrington, Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low
March 30, 2011
FCPA Year in Review 2010
Alexandra E.P. Baj, Tom Best, Christopher R. Conte, Matthew J. Herrington, Philip S. Khinda, Erik L. Kitchen, Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low, Susan Munro, Brittany Prelogar
March 15, 2011
Analysis: Alcatel-Lucent's $137 Million FCPA Settlements Reflect Expansive Jurisdiction, New Compliance Standards, International Cooperation, and Collateral Risks
Lucinda A. Low, Brittany Prelogar
March 10, 2011
Hospitality Law Advisory - Allegations of Corrupt Practices Bring Hotel Company Under FCPA Scrutiny
Christopher R. Conte, Matthew J. Herrington, Lucinda A. Low
March 4, 2011
Resolution of Panalpina and Related Cases Yields Significant Penalties, New Enforcement Theories
Tom Best, Lucinda A. Low
November 29, 2010
The Widening FCPA Dragnet
Lucinda Low and Owen Bonheimer
November 29, 2010, Journal of Securities Operations & Custody
International Law Advisory - UK Ministry of Justice Issues Draft Anti-Bribery Adequate Procedures Guidance, Solicits Public Comments
September 24, 2010
International Law Advisory - Whistleblower Provisions in Dodd-Frank Legislation Provide Further Impetus to Increased FCPA Investigations and Enforcement
Lucinda A. Low
July 26, 2010
Dodd-Frank Financial Reform Legislation Requires Extractive Industry Participants to Disclose Payments to Governments
Lucinda A. Low
July 21, 2010
New Corporate Social Responsibility Mandate Related to Conflict Materials in the New Financial Reform Bill Could Affect Many Companies
Lucinda A. Low
July 20, 2010
International Law Advisory - French Companies Prepare to Pay Hundreds of Millions to U.S. Authorities in Foreign Corruption Matters
Lucinda Low and Brittany Prelogar
July 15, 2010
Global Anti-Corruption Standard and Enforcement: Implications for Energy Companies
Lucinda A. Low
June 23, 2010
International Law Advisory - UK Parliament Passes Anti-Bribery Reform Law
Tom Best, Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low
April 12, 2010
International Law Advisory - Flurry of FCPA Cases Closes Out 2009; Enforcement Continues Apace in Early 2010
Alexandra E.P. Baj, Tom Best, Matthew J. Herrington, Philip S. Khinda, Erik L. Kitchen, Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low, Susan Munro, Brittany Prelogar
March 16, 2010
International Law Advisory - BAE Systems plc Agreement Raises ITAR Part 130 Compliance Issues for International Defense/Arms Trade
Jack R. Hayes, Edward J. Krauland
March 10, 2010
Emerging Risk
Thomas Best
February 9, 2010, Private Equity Manager Monthly
Violations of US sanctions should not be taken lightly
January 15, 2010, Insurance Day
Private Investor Frederic Bourke Sentenced to Prison and $1 Million Fine
Alexandra E.P. Baj, Tom Best, Matthew J. Herrington, Philip S. Khinda, Erik L. Kitchen, Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low, Brittany Prelogar
November 16, 2009, International Law Advisory
Private investor convicted for involvement in scheme to bribe officials in the Republic of Azerbaijan
Alexandra E.P. Baj
November 2009
International Law Advisory - UK Company to Pay £6.6 Million in Foreign Bribery Conviction
Tom Best, Matthew J. Herrington, Erik L. Kitchen, Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low
September 30, 2009
UK's anti-corruption procedures advance
September 11, 2009, Insurance Day
International Law Advisory - SEC Adopts Several Expansive Applications of the Federal Securities Laws in the Recent FCPA Enforcement Action Against Nature’s Sunshine and Two Senior Executives
Alexandra E.P. Baj, Tom Best, Matthew J. Herrington, Philip S. Khinda, Erik L. Kitchen, Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low, Brittany Prelogar
September 8, 2009
International Law Advisory - UK Serious Fraud Office Issues Guidance on Overseas Corruption Investigations
Tom Best, Matthew J. Herrington, Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low
July 30, 2009
International Law Advisory - Private Investor Convicted for Involvement in Scheme to Bribe Officials in the Republic of Azerbaijan
Alexandra E.P. Baj, Tom Best, Matthew J. Herrington, Philip S. Khinda, Erik L. Kitchen, Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low, Brittany Prelogar
July 22, 2009
Mabey & Johnson Pleads Guilty in the First Successful UK Corporate Prosecution for Overseas Bribery
Tom Best, Matthew J. Herrington, Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low
July 15, 2009
FSA guidance on EU sanctions restrictions highlights growing compliance focus for regulated companies
May 21, 2009, Complinet
International Regulatory Compliance Challenges Facing EPC Contractors
Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low
May 5, 2009, Construction Briefings
International Law Advisory - UK: Draft Anti-Bribery Law Submitted to Parliament
March 26, 2009
International Law Advisory - Halliburton and KBR Agree to Near-Record Penalties; Additional Indictment Unsealed as US Seeks Extradition of UK Agents
Alexandra E.P. Baj, Tom Best, Matthew J. Herrington, Philip S. Khinda, Erik L. Kitchen, Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low, Brittany Prelogar
March 19, 2009
Anti-Bribery and Corruption: Risks and Compliance Strategies for UK Insurance Brokers
March 13, 2009, Complinet
International Regulatory Compliance Challenges Faced By EPC Contractors Supporting The U.S. Government Abroad
Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low
February 2009, International Government Contractor
International Law Advisory - 2008 Year End FCPA Round-Up—The Shoes Just Keep Dropping
Alexandra E.P. Baj, Tom Best, Matthew J. Herrington, Philip S. Khinda, Erik L. Kitchen, Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low, Brittany Prelogar
January 27, 2009
UK Financial Services Authority Fines Aon Limited £5.25 Million For Failing to Maintain Adequate Anti-Bribery Controls
Angus Rodger
January 21, 2009
First Judicial Construction of the FCPA Local Law Affirmative Defense Raises More Questions than It Answers
Tom Best, Lucinda A. Low
November 14, 2008
High-Level Executives Targeted for FCPA Enforcement; Continued Scrutiny of Foreign Subsidiary Operations
Alexandra E.P. Baj, Tom Best, Matthew J. Herrington, Erik L. Kitchen, Lucinda A. Low, Brittany Prelogar
October 8, 2008
International Law Advisory - Willbros Group Agrees to Pay $32.3 Million To Resolve DoJ and SEC FCPA Enforcement Actions
Alexandra E.P. Baj, Tom Best, Matthew J. Herrington, Erik L. Kitchen, Lucinda A. Low, Brittany Prelogar
May 21, 2008
Are You at Risk of Waiving the Attorney-Client Privilege by Using Your Employer’s Computer Systems to Communicate With a Personal Attorney?
Matthew J. Herrington
May 1, 2008, Digital Discovery & e-Evidence, Vol. 08, No. 05
International Law Advisory - Recent Oil-for-Food Program Cases Show the Government's Willingness to Pursue "Improper" Payments Outside the FCPA's Antibribery Provisions, Call Attention to Foreign Enforcement
Alexandra E.P. Baj, Tom Best, Matthew J. Herrington, Erik L. Kitchen, Lucinda A. Low
March 17, 2008
International Law Advisory - Sight-Seeing Tiger, Hidden Dragon - Lucent Fined for Financing Sight-Seeing Trips for Chinese Officials
Alexandra E.P. Baj, Tom Best, Matthew J. Herrington, Erik L. Kitchen, Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low
February 1, 2008
International Law Advisory - BIS Expands Eligible Items Under Certain License Exceptions
Jack R. Hayes, Edward J. Krauland
December 14, 2007
International Law Advisory - State Department Amends Voluntary Disclosure Procedures for ITAR Infractions
Jack R. Hayes, Edward J. Krauland
December 13, 2007
International Law Advisory - OFAC Issues Interim Policy on Civil Penalties Under IEEPA Enhancement Act
Edward J. Krauland
December 3, 2007
Customs Law Advisory - Homeland Security Department Calls for Tougher CBP Enforcement on Exports
Gregory S. McCue
November 30, 2007
International Law Advisory - Fifth Circuit Clarifies the Intent Requirements for a Criminal FCPA Conviction
Tom Best, Erik L. Kitchen, Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low
November 9, 2007
International Law Advisory - The Kozeny Saga Continues
Tom Best, Erik L. Kitchen, Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low
October 27, 2007
International Law Advisory - Burma Faces Expanded US Sanctions and Export Controls, Additional Import/Export and Investment Restrictions Likely From EU
Edward J. Krauland, Guy Soussan
October 26, 2007
International Law Advisory - Iran Sanctions Expanded: Assets of Iranian Entities and Individuals Frozen
Edward J. Krauland
October 25, 2007
International Law Advisory - Increase in Fines for Export/Sanctions Violations: President Bush Signs IEEPA Enhancement Act
Edward J. Krauland
October 16, 2007
International Law Advisory - Judicial Guidance on European Restrictions on Transactions Involving Sanctioned Terrorist Organizations and Entities
Guy Soussan
October 15, 2007
International Law Advisory - Treasury Seeks Comments to Formulate New CFIUS Regulations
Edward J. Krauland, Timothy M. Walsh
October 12, 2007
International Law Advisory - Imminent Increase in Civil/Criminal Fines for Export/Sanctions Violations
Edward J. Krauland
October 2, 2007
International Law Advisory - OFAC Amends General Licenses on Activities in Connection with Written Publications
Edward J. Krauland
September 5, 2007
Customs Law Advisory - $250,000 Settlement Payment Underscores Importance of Accurate Export Documentation, Even for Shipments Not Subject to Restriction or License
Gregory S. McCue
August 16, 2007
International Law Advisory - White House Issues New Executive Order Blocking the Property of Persons Threatening Iraq Stabilization Efforts
Edward J. Krauland
July 20, 2007
International Law Advisory - BIS Amends EAR, Adding Five Iranian Entities to the Entity List
Edward J. Krauland
July 16, 2007
International Law Advisory - Update Regarding US and UK Defense Trade Cooperation Treaty and ITAR License Requirements for Exports to UK
Edward J. Krauland
July 13, 2007
International Law Advisory - United States and United Kingdom Enter Into Defense Trade Cooperation Treaty That Would Ease ITAR License Requirements For Exports to UK
Edward J. Krauland
July 9, 2007
International Law Advisory - Treasury Designates Iranian Individuals for Supporting the Proliferation of WMD
Edward J. Krauland
July 3, 2007
International Law Advisory - New Export Control Rule for Exports to China Released by Commerce Department
Edward J. Krauland
June 22, 2007
International Law Advisory - Treasury Designates Libyan Individuals for Contributing to Threat Posed by Terrorism
Edward J. Krauland
June 21, 2007
International Law Advisory - BIS Issues Proposed Rule Expanding Entity List Licensing Authorization
Edward J. Krauland, Meredith Rathbone
June 11, 2007
International Law Advisory - Baker Hughes Agrees to Pay Record $44.1 Million To Resolve DoJ and SEC FCPA Enforcement Actions
Tom Best, Erik L. Kitchen, Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low
May 3, 2007
International Law Advisory - DoJ Imposes Record 26 Million Penalty on Vetco Gray Companies for FCPA Violations Other Enforcement Developments
February 13, 2007
International Law Advisory - Late 2006 FCPA Enforcement Explosion Reaches Across Industries and Around the Globe, Focusing on Countries in Lower Ranks in the Transparency International 2006 Corruption Perceptions Index
November 6, 2006
Enforcement of the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: Extraterritorial Reach and the Effects of International Standards
Lucinda A. Low
September 19, 2006
International Law Advisory - United States Poised to Ratify UN Convention against Corruption; Treaty Expected to Strengthen Anti-Corruption Enforcement in the United States, May Lead to Significant Changes in Developing Countries
Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low
September 19, 2006
International Law Advisory - World Bank Implements Voluntary Disclosure Program for Corrupt Practices in Bank-Financed Contracts
Lucinda A. Low
August 25, 2006
International Law Advisory - Enforcement Agencies Invoke the FCPA in Iraq and a Major Securities Fraud Settlement in the Tyco Case; Voluntary Disclosures Continue
Erik L. Kitchen, Edward J. Krauland
June 30, 2006
What the UN Convention Against Corruption Will Mean: Globalization of Anticorruption Standards
May 4, 2006
Corporate Fraud Defense Report (Vol 1 No 4)
Matthew J. Herrington, Reid H. Weingarten
April 2006
International Law Advisory - US Government Aggressively Prosecutes Individuals Allegedly Involved in Bribery Tied to Foreign Investment in Azerbaijan
Erik L. Kitchen, Edward J. Krauland
November 8, 2005
Revised Export Licensing Framework for Iraq
Edward J. Krauland
September 22, 2004
International Law Advisory - Burma Sanctions General License
Edward J. Krauland, Meredith Rathbone
September 3, 2003
International Law Advisory - Iraq Sanctions, Property Blocked
September 1, 2003
International Law Advisory - Burma Sanctions General Licenses, Part II
Edward J. Krauland
August 25, 2003
International Law Advisory - General Licenses Issued Pursuant to Burmese Sanctions Regulations
Edward J. Krauland, Meredith Rathbone
August 19, 2003
International Law Advisory - Burma Sanctions
Edward J. Krauland
July 29, 2003
Cuba - Travel Restrictions
Edward J. Krauland, Meredith Rathbone
June 6, 2003
International Law Advisory - Iran/Iraq - NGO Activity
Edward J. Krauland
March 13, 2003
International Law Advisory - Cuba - Export of Services
Edward J. Krauland
August 8, 2002
International Law Advisory - Civil Penalties
Edward J. Krauland
July 10, 2002
International Law Advisory - UK Parliament Passes Anti-Bribery Reform Law
Tom Best, Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low

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