Insights on U.S. And Global Anti-Corruption Enforcement (II)

10 Sep 2014 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

9th Floor, Shin-Marunouchi Building, #901
5-1, Marunouchi 1-Chome
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-6529
Joubin Ghojehvand

Building on our seminar last April, this seminar will feature a presentation on Cutting Edge Issues in Third Party Due Diligence: Enforcers' Expectations and Designing a Program to Address Them by Mr. Duross, followed by a panel discussion looking at recent FCPA trends and developments, including Emerging Issues in EMEA for Japanese Companies.

Charles E. Duross, a partner in the firm’s Washington D.C. office, recently served as Deputy Chief of the Fraud Section in the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, where he was in charge of all criminal FCPA investigations, prosecutions and resolutions in the United States.

Because of his work with law enforcement agencies across the globe, including the Tokyo Public Prosecutor’s Office, Indonesia’s Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi (Corruption Eradication Commission), Thailand’s National Anti-Corruption Commission, and China’s Ministry of Supervision, his experience provides insight into not only the U.S. government enforcement mindset, but also the enforcement atmosphere abroad, including in Asia.


  • Charles E. Duross, Partner, Morrison & Foerster Washington, D.C. Office
  • Paul T. Friedman, Partner, Morrison & Foerster San Francisco Office
  • James E. Hough, Partner, Morrison & Foerster Tokyo Office
  • Yakura Chie, Partner, Ito & Mitomi / Morrison & Foerster Tokyo Office




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