Whether unexpected or the result of an internal investigation, an enforcement action by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or Department of Justice (DOJ) can burden even a prepared organization and result in serious financial consequences. With the number of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement actions proliferating across industry types and organization sizes, and fines growing larger each year, it is increasingly important to execute investigations with speed and efficiency.
Experts on FCPA law and technology discuss what exactly cooperation means during an anti-corruption investigation and whether or not it can contribute to reduced penalties and fines.
For those involved with multinational e-discovery, Part 2 of the report includes an appendix of country-specific profiles for France, Germany, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
This 32-page practical review of data privacy requirements and processes that will help corporations and law firms legally collect, process, review and transfer data for litigation, regulatory requests or investigations.
Compare strategies for navigating the technological, legal, and cultural barriers of conducting an effective cross-border investigation.