Topic: FCPA

Mobile TeleSystems prosecutor joins MoFo

Manhattan federal prosecutor Edward Imperatore has left the DOJ for Morrison & Foerster.

19 January 2022

FCPA practitioner Philip Urofsky to retire from Big Law

The Shearman & Sterling lawyer, who helped to develop US foreign bribery enforcement while at the DOJ, is ready to retire from Big Law. He spoke to GIR about his career and how FCPA work has changed.

14 January 2022

MLARS prosecutor joins DOJ’s foreign bribery unit

A prosecutor in the Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section with prior experience working on foreign corruption cases has joined the DOJ’s FCPA unit.

07 January 2022

Miller & Chevalier takes Smith Pachter partner

In announcing the hire, Miller & Chevalier’s international department chair cited Daniel Solomon’s “deep insight into China's legal and business environments”.

04 January 2022

Allison McGuire

Featured in Meet the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Unit prosecutors

01 January 2022

Randall Warden

Featured in Meet the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Unit prosecutors

16 December 2021

Marihug Cedeno

Featured in Meet the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Unit prosecutors

16 December 2021

DOJ to appeal adverse FCPA jurisdictional ruling

US prosecutors said they will ask the Fifth Circuit to review whether they have jurisdiction to prosecute a Swiss asset manager accused of participating in a foreign bribery scheme.

08 December 2021

SocGen’s FCPA case concludes

A Brooklyn federal court dismissed a foreign bribery case against Société Générale after the French bank successfully completed the terms of its three-year deferred prosecution agreement.

06 December 2021

DOJ’s corporate enforcement changes a “step backward”, says Chamber exec

“These are not reforms that encourage an atmosphere of cooperation by employers,” a senior business lobby executive said.

03 December 2021

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