There’s a Problem, Now What? Richard Smith of Quinn Emanuel Discusses Framing Voluntary Disclosure to Minimize Cost and Maximize Credit 

Once a company has made the difficult decision to report possible corruption to authorities, it is faced with several questions. When should that call be made? To which agency should it report? What should it be doing in terms of investigation and remediation in the meantime? Richard Smith, a partner at Quinn Emanuel and former prosecutor, recently discussed this difficult moment for companies with the Anti-Corruption Report, and offered suggestions on how companies can limit the scope of their investigation and gain maximum cooperation credit. See “There’s a Problem, Now What? Philip Urofsky of Shearman Explains the Logistics of Self-Reporting” (Sep. 14, 2016).

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