FCPA Compliance Report

FCPA Compliance Report

Tom Fox has practiced law in Houston for 35 years and now brings you the FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report. Learn the latest in anti-corruption and anti-bribery compliance and international transaction issues, as well as business solutions to compliance problems.... Show More

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In this episode I visit with Stacie Hartman, co-chair of the Financial Services Group at Steptoe & Johnson LLP. She offers insight in how this new appeal to whistleblowers could impact the type or volume of enforcement cases within the CFTC. Stacie leads major cases in courts around the country and in enforcement proceedings before the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and fi... Read more

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Welcome to a special five-part podcast series from the Compliance Podcast Network. In this series I am taking a look at the Hughes Hubbard & Reed 2019 FCPA and Anti-Bribery Alert. I visit with five firm lawyers involved in the preparation of the report, each of whom is a subject matter expert in an area of the FCPA and anti-corruption. In this Part 5, I visit with Salim Saud, Partner at Saud Advogados, in cooperation with Hughe... Read more

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Welcome to a special five-part podcast series from the Compliance Podcast Network. In this series I am taking a look at the Hughes Hubbard & Reed 2019 FCPA and Anti-Bribery Alert. I visit with five firm lawyers involved in the preparation of the report, each of whom is a subject matter expert in an area of the FCPA and anti-corruption. In this Part 2, I visit with Laura Perkins, co-Executive Editor of the Alert for an overview ... Read more

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Welcome to a special five-part podcast series from the Compliance Podcast Network. In this series I am taking a look at the Hughes Hubbard & Reed 2019 FCPA and Anti-Bribery Alert. I visit with five firm lawyers involved in the preparation of the report, each of whom is a subject matter expert in an area of the FCPA and anti-corruption. In this Part 3, I visit with Bryan Sillaman, Managing Partner of the firm’s Paris office, on ... Read more

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Welcome to a special five-part podcast series from the Compliance Podcast Network. In this series I am taking a look at the Hughes Hubbard & Reed 2019 FCPA and Anti-Bribery Alert. I visit with five firm lawyers involved in the preparation of the report, each of whom is a subject matter expert in an area of the FCPA and anti-corruption. In this Part 4, I visit with Michael DeBernardis, on developments from Multilateral Developme... Read more

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Welcome to a special five-part podcast series from the Compliance Podcast Network. In this series I am taking a look at the Hughes Hubbard & Reed 2019 FCPA and Anti-Bribery Alert. I visit with five firm lawyers involved in the preparation of the report, each of whom is a subject matter expert in an area of the FCPA and anti-corruption. In this Part 1, I visit with Kevin Abikoff, co-Executive Editor of the Alert for an overview ... Read more

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In this episode I visit with Lauren Briggerman, Member at Miller & Chevalier and Katherine Pappas, Counsel at Miller & Chevalier about the firm’s most recent edition of the publication Executives at Risk, the Summer/Fall 2019 edition. Some of the highlights include:  What is the publication “Executives at Risk”? What were some of the noteworthy Investigations covered in the report? a. Pharma Executives Charged in Second Cri... Read more

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In this special five-part podcast series, I have been joined by Mikhail Reider-Gordon, Managing Director of Global Affairs at Affiliated Monitors, Inc. (AMI) the sponsor of this podcast series. We have discussed various aspects of monitorships, including why independence matters, the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Guidelines on Monitors, Gordon’s professorial career at the International Anti-Corruption Academy, cultural differenc... Read more

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In this special five-part podcast series, I am joined by Mikhail Reider-Gordon, Managing Director of Global Affairs at Affiliated Monitors, Inc. (AMI) the sponsor of this podcast series. In this series we discuss various aspects of monitorships, including why independence matters, the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Guidelines on Monitors, Gordon’s professorial career at the International Anti-Corruption Academy, cultural differen... Read more

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In this special five-part podcast series, I am joined by Mikhail Reider-Gordon, Managing Director of Global Affairs at Affiliated Monitors, Inc. (AMI) the sponsor of this podcast series. In this series we discuss various aspects of monitorships, including why independence matters, the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Guidelines on Monitors, Gordon’s professorial career at the International Anti-Corruption Academy, cultural differen... Read more

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In this special five-part podcast series, I am joined by Mikhail Reider-Gordon, Managing Director of Global Affairs at Affiliated Monitors, Inc. (AMI) the sponsor of this podcast series. In this series we discuss various aspects of monitorships, including why independence matters, the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Guidelines on Monitors, Gordon’s professorial career at the International Anti-Corruption Academy, cultural differen... Read more

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In this special five-part podcast series, I am joined by Mikhail Reider-Gordon, Managing Director of Global Affairs at Affiliated Monitors, Inc. (AMI) the sponsor of this podcast series. In this series we discuss various aspects of monitorships, including why independence matters, the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Guidelines on Monitors, Gordon’s professorial career at the International Anti-Corruption Academy, cultural differen... Read more

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November 18, 2019 22 min

In this episode I visit with Benjamin Britz, a partner at Hughes Hubbard & Reed. We review the current state of the Varsity Blues prosecutions, including the guilty pleas and those still maintaining their innocence. We consider the evidence presented and where the case may be heading. Britz advises clients on all aspects of corporate governance including government investigations, shareholder class action and derivative litigat... Read more

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In this episode I visit with Mike Volkov about the Hoskins verdict, which was announced on Friday, November 8. In it Lawrence Hoskins was found guilty on six counts of violating the FCPA, three counts of money laundering, and two counts of conspiracy. Hoskins was acquitted on one money laundering count. We explore this case from the trial perspective. Some of the highlights include: ·        What was the significance of the verdic... Read more

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In this episode I visit with Pamela Fierst-Walsh, who works at the US State Department as the Senior Advisor on Conflict & Critical Minerals and U.S. Representative to the Kimberley Process. Every compliance professional needs to understand not only responsible sourcing but the Kimberley Process and how it relates to anti-corruption compliance. Some of the highlights include: What is Pamela’s role as the Senior Advisor on Conf... Read more

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In this episode I visit with Steven Lofchie, a partner in the NYT office of Cadwalader, Wickersham and Taft. Lofchie and his team have developed an incredible new resource called The Cadwalader Cabinet, which is the “Go To One-Stop Shop” for attorneys and regulators operating in the US financial services sector. Lofchie is the Mastermind behind the Cabinet, this intelligence and knowledge management platform. Some of the highlights... Read more

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In this episode I visit with one of my favorite people, Francine McKenna, a reporter at MarketWatch. We check in on the current developments in the KPMG-PCAOB scandal including recent guilty pleas, sentencing and where the matter might finally be headed. Some of the highlights include: ·       A review of the Indictment and underlying facts. ·       A review of the horrendous facts about KPMG that came out during the March trial.  ... Read more

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In this episode I visit with Parth Chanda, CEO of Lextegrity, a leading technology platform that combines the up-front due diligence approval of planned third-party spend with the analysis of actual spend — focused on fraud, corruption and conflicts of interest. Some of the highlights include: ·       Professional background for Chanda, with nearly 20 years in compliance.·       Some of the problems the Lextegrity Integrity platfor... Read more

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Welcome to this special five-part podcast series with Jay Rosen, VP of Business Development for Affiliated Monitors, Inc. (AMI), who is the sponsor of this podcast series. Corporate culture exists in the space between what an organization professes and what it does. In this series Jay and I will be exploring key aspects of corporate culture, including why it matters, what influences culture, the CCOs role in culture, assessing corp... Read more

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Welcome to this special five-part podcast series with Jay Rosen, VP of Business Development for Affiliated Monitors, Inc. (AMI), who is the sponsor of this podcast series. Corporate culture exists in the space between what an organization professes and what it does. In this series Jay and I will be exploring key aspects of corporate culture, including why it matters, what influences culture, the CCOs role in culture, assessing corp... Read more

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