In this article, Mark Rochon, Addy Schmitt, and Ia
In this article, Andrew Wise and Katherine Pappas discuss a company's options regarding disclosure of information to individual employees facing Department of Justice (DOJ) interviews after the com
As Miller & Chevalier reported in an earlier alert, on May 7 the United States Court of Appeals for
In this article, Tim O’Toole and Andrew Wise explain that while for more than 30 years the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) has engendered only a handful of published decisions, the focus on co
In this article, George Clarke, Andrew Wise, and Tom Zehnle* discuss how the U.S.
The article explores the concept of "willful blindness," an instance where an individual deliberately takes steps to avoid gaining knowledge of illegal activity.
Mark Rochon and Andy Wise note that the government’s investigation into the backdating of stock options for executives is expanding and all publicly traded companies must consider how the announcem
In this article, Matt Reinhard and Andy Wise comment that when companies under government scrutiny conduct internal investigations, the question is deciding just how far to go.
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