FCPA Declinations: What you need to know when things go wrong webcast - November 12, 2013

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In the context of FCPA, despite a company's earnest compliance efforts, it is possible that a rogue employee or business partner operating in an emerging market offers a bribe to a foreign government official. Join us for an engaging discussion on what companies should consider doing when things go unexpectedly wrong and they find themselves in such a predicament and potentially before US regulators.

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As Murphy's Law suggests "anything that can go wrong, will go wrong." In the context of FCPA, despite a company's earnest compliance efforts, it is possible that a rogue employee or business partner operating in an emerging market offers a bribe to a foreign government official. Join us for an engaging discussion on what companies should consider doing when things go unexpectedly wrong and they find themselves in such a predicament and potentially before US regulators. Our panel members will provide insight on the expectations of US regulators as well as the most effective defense strategies for obtaining a declination.

Speakers include:

  • Michael Diamant, Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher
  • Nathaniel Edmonds, Partner, Paul Hastings LLP
  • Sulaksh Shah, Forensics director, PwC

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