A cross-office team of attorneys in Ropes & Gray’s anti-corruption and international risk practice has co-authored two chapters in the third edition of Global Investigations Review’s “The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations.” The comprehensive guide examines how companies should approach each stage of a corporate investigation.
The chapters consider the advantages and disadvantages of self-reporting in the U.S. and the UK, including how the manner and timing of a self-report can make a crucial difference to mitigating potential penalties that might be imposed. Amanda Raad, Sean Seelinger, and Jaime Orloff Feeneycontributed the chapter “Self-Reporting to the Authorities and Other Disclosure Obligations: The US Perspective.” Amanda Raad and Sarah Lambert-Porter contributed the chapter “Self-Reporting to the Authorities and Other Disclosure Obligations: The UK Perspective.”
Additionally, the third edition of the Practitioner’s Guide was co-edited by Ama Adams.
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