Washington, DC, March 16, 2020 – Miller & Chevalier Chartered announced today that nine firm lawyers were recognized in the 2020 edition of Who's Who Legal: Investigations.
Ann Sultan was quoted on the effect of current travel restrictions on ongoing international investigations.
John Davis will present, as part of a panel, the Strafford webinar, "FCPA Internal Investigations: Preserving the Evidence, Assessing Voluntary Disclosure, and Other Key Elements," on March 10, 202
Ann Sultan commented on how travel restrictions imposed in response to the spread of the novel coronavirus could complicates companies' efforts to investigate bribery and other corporate misconduct
William Barry commented on the risks created by falsified trade invoices, which can create reputational, business, and compliance risks for financial institutions that support cross-border commerce
Margot Laporte commented on a Connecticut federal judge's decision to acquit former Alstom SA executive Lawrence Hoskins of bribery charges, which may cause U.S.
Margot Laporte was quoted on a federal judge's acquittal of former Alstom executive Lawrence Hoskins on charges that he violated the U.S.
Margot Laporte was quoted on a judge's acquittal of former Alstom executive Lawrence Hoskins on foreign bribery charges, raising new questions about the U.S.
James Tillen was quoted on the involvement of joint ventures in several major Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) settlements in 2019, and the need for companies to tailor their compliance program
Washington, DC, February 13, 2020 – Miller & Chevalier Chartered is pleased to announce five practice and five lawyer rankings in the 2020 edition of Chambers Global.
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