FCPA Goes Global
Gibson Dunn lawyers recently analyzed how regulators are battling business corruption around the world. The DOJ and the SEC, both responsible for the enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, are forging legitimate, active foreign law enforcement partnerships with those who are pursing investigations and enforcing their own anti-bribery regimes in their own countries. “This is the big story in the world of the FCPA,” says Patrick Stokes, a panelist on the webcast entitled “FCPA trends in the Emerging Markets of Asia, Russia, Latin America and Africa.”
Recent commentary regarding stockholders seeking a fair price determination under statutory appraisal in the Delaware Court of Chancery established an appraisal checklist, posing basic litmus-test questions in deciding whether to seek statutory appraisal or commence a fiduciary duty action – or both. Two partners at Faegre Drinker explain it all, Michael J. Maimone and Joseph C. Schoell. Mr. Maimone is an adjunct professor at Tulane Law School.