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The Five Things I Love About the FCPA Guidance

In the last few weeks, since the DOJ and SEC issued their FCPA Guidance, there has been much guidance written on the guidance. This new source covers much ground, and there is certainly a lot to say. Here are my five favorite things: 1. The Guidance compiles previously dispersed information. A common theme heard from […]

Author: Matteson Ellis

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What FCPA Enforcement is Thinking in 2012

A year ago, FCPAméricas provided an overview of FCPA enforcement officials’ thinking at the time based on their comments at the 2011 National Conference on the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practice Act, hosted by American Conference Institute (ACI). Last week, ACI held its 2012 national conference. Once again, FCPA enforcement officials shared their current thinking. Here […]

Author: Matteson Ellis

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If FCPA Enforcement Says It, Believe It

FCPA enforcers take a lot of heat. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is not exactly their friend. Commentators like Tom Fox rightly call for more information on declinations. But there is one thing with which you cannot argue. When FCPA enforcement says it, you should believe it. I recently came across my notes from the November 2007 […]

Author: Matteson Ellis

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What FCPA Enforcement Is Thinking in 2011

The annual National Conference on the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) in Washington, DC, hosted by American Conference Institute, is always a unique opportunity to hear from FCPA enforcement officials about what they are currently thinking. This year’s meeting did not disappoint. Held last week, it included noteworthy statements, some of which are provided […]

Author: Matteson Ellis

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