Show notes for This Week in FCPA-Episode 15, for the week ending July 29, 2016 include:

1) Miller & Chevalier — FCPA Summer Review 2016 – 7-28-16
http://www.millerchevalier.com/Publications/MillerChevalierPublications?find=176112;

2) NY Law Journal — Does the New FCPA Leniency Program Threaten Due Process? By Nicholas M. De Feis and Philip C. Patterson from De Feis O’Connell & Rose
http://www.newyorklawjournal.com/id=1202763823657/Does-the-New-FCPA-Leniency-Program-Threaten-Due-Process?slreturn=20160629065418;

3) Incentivising companies to self-report: Different approaches in different jurisdictions, but the outcomes are broadly the same — Georgina Jones, Laura Manson and David McCluskey at Taylor Wessing
http://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=ada2fc97-57d5-407b-9238-2ee468e7b10c;

4) A video blog from Paul Weiss where A-C & FCPA Pilot Chairs Alex Oh & Farrah Berse look at FCPA Pilot Program – New Guidance for Self-Reporting
https://www.paulweiss.com/practices/litigation/anti-corruption-fcpa/videos/fcpa-pilot-program-new-guidance-for-self-reporting.aspx?id=22271;

5) From the FCPA Blog – Richard Bistrong interviews Frank Brown, from The Center for International Private Enterprise – (CIPE). Frank speaks about going from Newsweek Bureau Chief in Moscow to now fighting A-C supply chain risks;

6) Mike Volkov, furthers a conversation he had with me earlier in the week about The Power of a Justice Department Declnation
http://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=e07d7b77-5edf-4a7e-8878-b4fc2985b3d6;

7) And once more in the breech where myself and Roy Snell go Unfair and Unbalanced on the recent US Open and handling of Dustin Johnson being assessed a 1 stroke penalty
http://fcpacompliancereport.com/2016/07/unfair-unbalanced-episode-9-us-open-edition/;

8) Reports on the LATAM FCPA enforcement action. The can be found at http://wp.me/p6DnMo-2FL and http://wp.me/p6DnMo-2FH; and

9) Report on the Petrobras shareholder lawsuit, available at http://wp.me/p6DnMo-2FZ.

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