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DOJ To Increase International Coordination In FCPA Fines

Law360, Washington (July 25, 2017, 3:59 PM EDT) -- As the U.S. Department of Justice continues its busy year for overseas corruption cases, the agency will emphasize coordinating with foreign countries to avoid "duplicative" fines, the acting chief of the DOJ's Fraud Section said Tuesday in an overture to compliance professionals.

Speaking at a legal conference in Washington, D.C., Sandra Moser said that the DOJ would work with its counterparts abroad to avoid "piling on" additional penalties for companies in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act cases, borrowing a phrase that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has used...
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