The Hoskins Prosecution Comes To An End

By Dan Portnov On Friday, November 8, 2019, Lawrence Hoskins was convicted of violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.[1] The jury verdict, delivered on a Friday afternoon in Connecticut, barely made the national news (the bar has been set higher these days), but...

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Music City and the FCPA: What More Can You Want?

By: Sara Kropf If you are new to white-collar work, you will quickly hear about the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act or FCPA. For you seasoned attorneys out there, you may feel like you've heard too much about it. But here's the thing: you can always learn more. And I...

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The FCPA Institute Is Coming to Washington

By: Sara Kropf Fellow blogger and professor Mike Koehler is bringing his famed "FCPA Institute" to Washington, DC on September 19 and 20. If you've always wanted to handle FCPA cases, or already handle them but want to learn more, go to this event. Here's more detail...

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Where Are They Now? An Update on Past Posts

By: Sara Kropf Several of the cases I’ve featured in my posts over the last year have had significant developments or come to a close. It’s always interesting—and moderately depressing—to see how things turned out. When an FBI Agent Is the Bad Guy First up we have...

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Where Are They Now? An Update on Past Posts

By: Sara Kropf Every few weeks, I review the press releases for the U.S. Attorneys' Offices across the country. In the blur of stories about drug busts and indictments for low-level health care fraud, sometimes a name sounds familiar. No, not because it’s a friend. Or...

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