Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)

Last month we wrote about the Justice Department’s new corporate resolution policy, which is intended to curb the practice of multiple government authorities imposing separate punishments on a corporate defendant for the same underlying conduct. Employing a football metaphor, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein explained that the intent of the new policy was to prevent

Our colleague Ryan Becker reports that the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act is alive and well and remains a top enforcement priority for the new administration.  In an article published today, Ryan writes that since 2016, the Justice Department’s Fraud Section has resolved 17 criminal corporate matters under the FCPA, obtaining more than $1.6 billion in