The Fiendishly Difficult Problem of Managing Parallel Resolutions

As international cooperation increases, the path to resolving corruption issues has become increasingly circuitous and fraught. From the very beginning, companies are faced with difficult decisions about whether and to whom to self-report, how to investigate and how to bring an issue to final, global repose. At the 17th Annual International Bar Association Anti-Corruption Conference held in Paris at the end of June, a joint panel of prosecutors – including Dan Kahn of the DOJ’s FCPA Unit – and defense attorneys from around the world discussed what one panelist described as a “fiendishly difficult equation.” See “How to Effectively and Efficiently Respond to Parallel Investigations” (Jul. 24, 2019).

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