November 16, 2010

How to Represent Individuals in FCPA Investigations

ACI 24th Annual FCPA Conference


Washington, D.C., partner Charles Leeper spoke at the American Conference Institute’s 24th Annual Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Conference. Every year, the FCPA conference provides advanced and practical insights on the latest FCPA enforcement initiatives, global anti-corruption compliance strategies and unparalleled networking opportunities. Charles, head of the firm’s White Collar Criminal Defense and Corporate Investigations Team, co-presented “How to Represent Individuals in FCPA Investigations.” Topics included: the range of conduct that led to recent enforcement actions against individuals; the concept of “knowledge” and liability for the conduct of agents under the FCPA Lessons learned from the Bourke, Green, Congressman Jefferson prosecutions and other recent FCPA cases against individuals; jurisdictional aspects when non-U.S. citizens are in the mix; when and how to provide separate counsel for individuals; resolving access to records challenges; and what to do when individual and corporate interests collide.

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