Recent DOJ Alum Sandra Moser Discusses Maximizing Cooperation Credit

Earning cooperation credit can vastly change the terms of an FCPA settlement, but it is not always easy to determine what the Department of Justice will consider when granting that credit. The Anti-Corruption Report recently spoke with Sandra Moser, the former Acting Chief of the Fraud Section at the DOJ and now a partner at Quinn Emanuel, on what the Department expects from cooperating companies. Moser, who is in a unique position to advise companies given her recent tenure at the DOJ, discussed the benefits of cooperation, shared the biggest mistakes she saw companies make when interacting with the Department and provided workable strategies for avoiding those mistakes. See “Former Prosecutor Laura Perkins Discusses the Importance of Remediation for Full Cooperation Credit” (Nov. 15, 2017).

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