Charles Duross and Kara Brockmeyer Discuss Five FCPA Enforcement Trends That Matter to Regulators: Individual Prosecutions, Administrative Proceedings, Global Coordination, Corporate Monitors and Third Parties (Part One of Two)

At ACI’s International Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in Washington D.C., Charles Duross, Deputy Chief of the Fraud Section of the Criminal Division of the DOJ, and Kara Brockmeyer, Chief of the FCPA Unit of the Division of Enforcement of the SEC, provided candid and detailed insight into elements of FCPA enforcement that matter to leading regulators.  They discussed the government’s charging philosophies, investigative techniques and enforcement priorities, and dispensed advice about how companies can avoid or decrease FCPA penalties.  This article summarizes the most noteworthy insights shared by Duross and Brockmeyer, and discusses the practical implications of the regulators’ points.  See also “Five Lessons from 2013 FCPA Enforcement: Transaction Monitoring, International Cooperation, Documenting Hiring Decisions, Risk Assessments and Individual Prosecutions,” The FCPA Report, Vol. 2, No. 22 (Nov. 6, 2013).

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