Works with global companies to simplify and manage complex regulatory and supplier requirements related to anti-corruption and cyber governance
Expertise in advising C-Suite, Board of Directors and operational personnel on regulatory compliance and supplier requirements, and related investigations
Public and private company General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer experience with a wide range of corporate business, strategic and legal matters, including: M&A, SEC, IP licensing and protection, equity and debt financing, commercial dispute resolution, bid protests, government contracts, software revenue recognition, employment and strategic growth initiatives
Member of the U.S. Technical Advisory Group for the ISO 37001 international standard for anti-bribery management systems
Working territories - US, Europe, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia/Pacific, and Africa
Overseas bribery is a significant and under-appreciated risk.
U.S. companies and corporate executives doing business overseas that do not take appropriate anti-bribery measures may face fines, penalties and imprisonment if U.S. or other countries' anti-bribery laws are violated.
Law enforcement attention and resources in both the U.S. and overseas are increasingly focused on fighting bribery and corruption.
Compliance programs can help prevent overseas bribery (and all its related costs and consequences) and are not difficult to implement.
Personal liability can be avoided by thoughtful preventive and proactive anti-bribery activities.