16th Annual New York Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

Moot Court Competition: An Interactive Debate on the Definition of Foreign Government Official, FCPA Jurisdiction, and the Meaning of Internal Accounting Controls

05/20/2014

FCPA + Anti-Corruption

Charles E. Duross

Charles E. Duross

Speaking Engagement

Partner Charles E. Duross participated in the American Conference Institute's "Moot Court Competition: An Interactive Debate on the Definition of Foreign Government Official, FCPA Jurisdiction, and the Meaning of Internal Accounting Controls" at the 16th Annual New York Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act on May 20, 2014 in New York, New York. The panel discussed some of the most controversial FCPA issues, including FCPA jurisdiction and internal accounting controls in a Moot Court debate.

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