Homer E. Moyer, Jr. speaks on the panel "The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act at 30 Years.
At no time since 1977 has FCPA enforcement been as active as it is today. Why is there such an increased focus on trans-national bribery by the DOJ and the SEC? What are the advantages and disadvantages of voluntary disclosures? Have such disclosures led to the targeting of certain business sectors and countries? Are the DOJ and the SEC coping with the increased scope and complexity of these large FCPA investigations? Do some countries present insoluble FCPA challenges to US business? What messages can be drawn from recent prosecutions?