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The Department of Justice and the SEC have recently prioritized and expanded
enforcement of the FCPA resulting in a significant increase in criminal and
civil investigations and prosecutions of U.S. corporations conducting business
abroad. The DOJ and SEC’s new detailed and comprehensive 2012 Resource
Guide to the FCPA’s criminal and civil enforcement provisions will be one of the
central features of this panel’s discussion by experienced government and
In addition, this past year has seen a renewed emphasis
on how federal and state enforcement agencies address issues
of government corruption. Prosecutors are placing renewed emphasis on pursuing
public corruption and government fraud cases. Recent legislation has
provided new tools to law enforcement agencies and enhanced penalties
Join these leading practitioners in
this comprehensive overview of the FCPA and public corruption
and government fraud prosecutions. The program will be followed by
Panel I: Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
Co-Sponsored By: ABA White
Collar Crime Committee
I. Analysis of 2012 DOJ/SEC
Resource Guide to the FCPA
II. How Companies Can Avoid Running Afoul of the
FCPA-Compliance Programs and Beyond
III. Effective Due Diligence to Minimize
Successor Liability in Major Business Transactions
IV. Selected Legal Topics
Matthew C. Solomon
Deputy Chief Litigation Counsel, Enforcement Division,
SEC, Washington D.C.
Paul G. Block, Esq.
FCPA Unit, SEC
Karen O'Toole, Esq.
Associate General Counsel
John M. Hodgens, Jr., Esq.
Assistant Vice President &
Global Compliance, Manulife Financial & John Hancock
Luba Greenwood, Esq.
Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Peter E. Gelhaar, Esq. (moderator)
Donnelly, Conroy & Gelhaar, LLP
Panel II: Public Corruption
and Government Fraud Prosecutions Panel
I. Trends in Investigation
and Enforcement of Public Corruption and Procurement Fraud Cases
to Avoid in Advising a Client on Corruption or Fraud Investigation
Should Corporate Counsel Respond to a Government Inquiry
Concerns Regarding the Type of Government Agency (regulatory v. criminal)
Conducting the Investigation
Glenn A. Cunha, Esq.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Brian T. Kelly, Esq.
U.S. Attorney's Office
James H. O'Brien,
Chief of Public Integrity Division
Attorney General's Office
Charles Rankin, Esq.
Rankin & Sultan
False Claims Act Section
U.S. Attorney's Office
Savage, Jr., Esq. (moderator)
Goodwin Procter, LLP
Mark D. Smith,. Esq. (moderator)
Laredo & Smith,