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Voluntary Disclosure: Newsflash July 16, 2020

Date: 16 July 2020

A government inquiry can result in serious consequences for a company or individual. Our new podcast series, Voluntary Disclosure—brought to you by the lawyers in our investigations, enforcement, and white collar practice—is designed to keep you up to date with the latest government enforcement news with our bi-weekly Newsflash episodes, as well as to take you on an in depth exploration of the outcome and impact of significant cases in our Deep Dive episodes.

In our debut Newsflash episode we discuss:

  • The Supreme Court declines to require an “official act” under the FCPA
  • The Securities and Exchange Commission juggles a foreign bribery settlement and the future of disgorgement
  • The Department of Justice offers new guidance on the FCPA
  • The first two individuals convicted in the United States in connection with the Panama Papers make sentencing arguments. 

About Voluntary Disclosure
Created by the K&L Gates investigations, enforcement, and white collar practice, Voluntary Disclosure is designed to keep you up to date with the latest government enforcement news with our bi-weekly Newsflash episodes, as well as to take you on an in depth exploration of the outcome and impact of significant cases in our Deep Dive episodes.

Catch-up on past episodes by visiting the Voluntary Disclosure section of our HUB Talks program page.

Subscribe to HUB Talks via your favorite podcast app to have our episodes delivered directly to you as they become available.

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David Peet
David Peet
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