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PLI Current: White Collar Practice Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1

 
 Copyright: 2018

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  • Page Count: 142
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PLI Press is proud to introduce PLI Current: White Collar Practice Journal, the first in a series of new journals from PLI Press dedicated to coverage of key practice areas. This new journal, which will be published at least twice a year, features original articles on financial crimes and related issues.

Like its parent PLI Current: The Journal of PLI Press, our new White Collar Practice Journal delivers expert commentary and analysis and valuable practice-based insights from the leading experts in the field — practicing attorneys, judges, scholars, and others, including PLI Press’s highly acclaimed authors and CLE faculty members — but with a particular focus on topics and developments specifically related to white collar crime.

Articles in this premier issue include:

  • An Assessment of the Impact of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act over Its Forty-Year History, Don Zarin (Holland & Knight LLP)
  • Challenging the DOJ’s Accomplice Liability Strategy for Reaching Foreign Conduct in International Bribery Schemes, Colin R. Jennings, Steven A. Delchin (Squire Patton Boggs LLP)
  • Private Ownership and Public Trust: Combating Money Laundering by Requiring Beneficial Owners to Disclose Their Interests, Nicole Healy (Ropers Majeski Kohn & Bentley PC)
  • Cooperate and Risk Waiver? Balancing the Benefits of Government Cooperation with the Risks of Privilege Waiver in Conducting Internal Investigations, Melinda Haag, Rachel Muoio (Orrick, Herrington, Sutcliffe LLP)
  • Double Whammy: How the Landscape of Insider Trading Law Has Been Altered by the Second Circuit’s Martoma Decision and Prosecutors’ Creative Tactics Since Newman, Eugene Ingoglia, Toby Fischer (Allen & Overy LLP)

PLI Current: White Collar Practice Journal is currently available for purchase in print form. Beginning in 2019, you will be able to purchase an annual subscription to White Collar Practice Journal in print or electronic form. In addition, purchasers of any of the following white collar and financial crimes books who also opt to receive our Upkeep Service will receive PLI Current: White Collar Practice Journal at no additional cost:

  • Anti-Money Laundering Deskbook: A Practical Guide to Law and Compliance
  • Global Business Fraud and the Law: Preventing and Remedying Fraud and Corruption
  • Corporate Compliance Answer Book
  • Insider Trading Law and Compliance Answer Book
  • Deskbook on Internal Investigations, Corporate Compliance, and White Collar Issues
  • Directors’ and Officers’ Liability: Current Law, Recent Developments, Emerging Issues
  • Doing Business Under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
  • Securities Investigations: Internal, Civil and Criminal
  A Letter from PLI Press
  Table of Articles
Article 1: An Assessment of the Impact of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act over Its Forty-Year History
Article 2: FCPA Transactional Issues: Acquisition Due Diligence
Article 3: Challenging the DOJ’s Accomplice Liability Strategy for Reaching Foreign Conduct in International Bribery Schemes
Article 4: Private Ownership and Public Trust: Combating Money Laundering by Requiring Beneficial Owners to Disclose Their Interests
Article 5: The Three Pillars of Corporate Internal Investigations
Article 6: Cooperation Credit, Ethical Implications, Privilege, and Upjohn Warnings
Article 7: Cooperate and Risk Waiver? Balancing the Benefits of Government Cooperation with the Risks of Privilege Waiver in Conducting Internal Investigations
Article 8: Tips for Navigating an Internal Investigation with Implicated In-House Counsel or Board Members
Article 9: Double Whammy: How the Landscape of Insider Trading Law Has Been Altered by the Second Circuit’s Martoma Decision and Prosecutors’ Creative Tactics Since Newman
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