Litigation, Settlement and Risk Management Lessons Learned from Recent FCPA Trials

FCPA trials present specific obstacles, and as the recent “SHOT Show” case demonstrates, can be difficult for the government to win.  On October 18, 2012, as part of the Fifth Annual ABA FCPA Institute in Washington, D.C., a panel of litigators and current and former prosecutors discussed recent FCPA trials and lessons learned from them.  The lively panel disagreed over issues such as the uniqueness of FCPA trials, and whether juries really care about bribery.  U.S. Attorney Neil MacBride also provided insight into trial work in the Eastern District of Virginia, home of the “Rocket Docket,” where some FCPA cases have been brought recently.

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