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FCPA, U.K. Bribery Act & Anti-Corruption

Media Mentions

Bombshell Report Finds Inclusion Lacking In The Blockchain Industry
December 23, 2019 — Forbes
Featured Professionals: Michelle Ann Gitlitz

GIR 100 2016
September 23, 2016 — Global Investigations Review-GIR 100

Gov't Shutdown Would Constrict U.S. Trade Work
October 1, 2013 — International Trade Law360

Washington, D.C.-based International Trade Group attorneys Dan Cannistra and Josh Kallmer discuss how a government shutdown will impact U.S. trade policy, the Commerce Department, and other crucial agencies and facets involved in U.S. Trade.


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Featured Professionals: Daniel Cannistra

False Claims Act Settlements Often are Business Deals
July 22, 2013 — Federal Times

Washington, D.C.-based attorneys partner Andy Liu and counsel Jonathan Cone, provide insight as to why government contractors sometimes have a tough decision on whether to settle a case or go to trial, and why it may have less to do with what side of the law the contractors are on, and more to do with cost-benefit analysis. The attorneys note, "investigative and legal costs alone can reach into the hundreds of thousands of dollars before a case even gets to trial. Plus, contractors can risk debarment or suspension." Liu explains, "attorneys always insist upon provisions in any settlement deal indicating that the client contractor denies the allegation that gave rise to the case."


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DOJ's Hammond Leaves Big Shoes To Fill
July 8, 2013 — Law360

New York-based, White Collar and Regulatory Enforcement partner Daniel L. Zelenko, who is a former federal prosecutor and enforcement lawyer at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), shares his perspectives on the departure of Scott Hammond from the U.S. Department of Justice. Hammond served in the agency for decades and is departing on October 1, 2013.


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Featured Professionals: Daniel L. Zelenko

FCPA Powerhouse: Crowell & Moring
May 29, 2013 — Law360

Crowell & Moring's White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group has been named as one of Law360's 10 "FCPA Powerhouses" for its prowess handling Foreign Corrupt Practice Act (FCPA) matters. The Law360 editors noted, "With Foreign Corrupt Practices Act experience tracing back to the firm's founding in the late 1970s, Crowell & Moring LLP has continued to make its mark in the arena, recently guiding Ralph Lauren Corp. and a Lindsey Manufacturing Co. executive to successful outcomes in FCPA cases." The factors considered in selecting the winners included the number of attorneys at the firm working on FCPA matters and contributions to this developing area of law, including working on landmark FCPA cases, as well as client representations and outcomes.


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Ralph Lauren Corp. Agrees to Pay Fine in Bribery Case
April 22, 2013 — New York Times

Tom Hanusik, chair of Crowell & Moring's White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group, and the firm are cited as representing Ralph Lauren Corporation in the unprecedented parallel non-prosecution agreements announced with the SEC and DOJ resolving allegations concerning violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) in Argentina. Coverage of this agreement has been reported in the New York Times, Bloomberg News, The Wall Street Journal, Corporate Crime Reporter [4.22.13]; [5.8.13], Financial Times [sub. req.], and other major media outlets.


Featured Professionals: Thomas A. Hanusik

Q&A With Crowell's Phil Inglima
April 19, 2013 — Law360

Phil Inglima, partner in the firm's White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group and resident of the Washington, D.C. office, tells Law360 why he is concerned about the shrinking pardon power of the president, and about how his mentor helped him become the lawyer he is today in Law360's "Practice Leader Q&A."


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Featured Professionals: Philip T. Inglima

Q&A With Crowell's Tom Hanusik
April 12, 2013 — Law360

Chair of the firm's White Collar & Regulatory Group and Washington, D.C.-based partner, Tom Hanusik is profiled in Law360's "Practice Leader Q&A" series. In the article, he describes the most challenging case he's worked on and why the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act needs to be better clarified.


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Featured Professionals: Thomas A. Hanusik

Q&A With Crowell's Jason Murray
April 4, 2013 — Law360

Los Angeles-based partner in the firm's Antitrust Group, Jason C. Murray, answers questions for Competition Law360 in their "Practice Leader Q&A Series." Jason describes one of the most challenging cases he's worked on and lessons learned from when he first started practicing law.


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Featured Professionals: Jason C. Murray