- Shopping Bag ( 0 items )
From the PublisherPraise for Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Compliance Guidebook: Protecting Your Organization from Bribery and Corruption
"This book is a must for lawyers and any corporation that deals with global commerce. The chapter on Siemens shows how a large multinational can respond and reform under intense scrutiny. The Siemens chapter also represents reform and transparency and will be seen as a model for a very long time."
—Michael G. Oxley, Of Counsel, Baker and Hostetler LLP
"An excellent FCPA guidebook! The Biegelmans' book makes it easy to understand the FCPA and includes fascinating case studies and interviews with compliance thought leaders. It should be required reading and a desktop reference for anyone committed to the fight against worldwide corruption or interested in creating a best practice anti-corruption compliance program."
—Cynthia Cooper, CEO, The CooperGroup LLC, and one of Time magazine's Persons of the Year
"Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Compliance Guidebook is an excellent and easy-to-use resource for companies doing business abroad. The book is full of practical guidance and compiles in one place an overview of the many issues a company and its counsel may face in effecting compliance and dealing with investigations. A must-read!"
—Karen A. Popp, Partner at Sidley Austin LLP, former federal prosecutor, and Associate White House Counsel to President Clinton
"This book provides a highly relevant and invaluable guide for companies wishing to protect their assets and reputations from the menace of corruption. In addition to presenting a comprehensive discussion of the history, requirements, and importance of the FCPA, Martin and Daniel Biegelman offer insightful, in-depth examples and clear, practical guidance on compliance."
—James D. Ratley, CFE, President, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
"Everyone in the compliance community will find what they need in this great new resource. It demystifies the FCPA and what it requires. The writing is crisp and lively, the examples and case studies are vivid and succinct, and the advice is rock solid. This is the best overall presentation of the FCPA between two covers that I have ever seen."
—Richard L. Cassin, Founding Partner, Cassin Law LLC, and creator of the widely read FCPA Blog
"Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Compliance Guidebook is a brilliant and crucial addition to FCPA literature. Any American company doing business overseas needs a copy. This will be a standard reference for many years."
—Mark A. Kirsch, Co-Chair of Litigation, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
“Martin and Daniel Biegelman have done it again. While the FCPA has been an issue for decades, it has taken center stage over the past few years and all signs point to it having an even greater impact on businesses going forward. The Biegelmans’ have built a comprehensive tool for all levels of interest – from the practitioner to the CEO, this is a book that should be mandatory reading for those touching international business.”
—Dan Wachtler, CEO, IPSA International, Inc.
“As the FCPA quickly becomes one of the world’s true International Laws, compliance is essential for corporate accountability and integrity. The FCPA is a critical component of a free market system that rewards hard-working, honest individuals and companies, and strongly pursues violators. The Biegelmans’ FCPA Compliance Guidebook isn’t just about a regulation; it’s about building a successful and compliant global economy.
—Roy Snell, CEO, Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics
“Martin along with his son Daniel have written the authoritative standard on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. It is a must read for any Compliance or Ethics personnel looking to better understand this complex issue.”
—John E. McDermott, VP, Corporate Compliance Investigator, CA Inc.
“Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations are the current focus of regulators, investigators, and prosecutors, here and abroad. This exhaustive text explores the legal nooks and crannies with exacting precision, but it’s most important contribution is the emphasis on compliance and prevention, areas that the authors know well. Through numerous illustrations of extraordinary crimes and splendid compliance and prevention techniques, the authors establish FCPA awareness and compliance as a sine qua non for doing business globally. A must-read for businesses wishing to avoid massive fines and/or imprisonment.”
—George E. Curtis, J.D., Executive Director of the Economic Crime Institute, Utica College
“Martin and Daniel Biegelmans’ work will go down in American corporate and financial lore as a comprehensive history of the series of train wrecks that have yielded the FCPA and its various progeny. It tells the fascinating story of how we got from the Lockheed disclosures of the mid-1970s to the hottest area of white collar practice today. It is required reading for those of us struggling to implement global compliance programs. Those unenlightened ones who remain committed to the dark side would also do well to read it, and take warning.”
—Keith Hennessee, Associate General Counsel, Halliburton Company
“This book is a great compilation of information about the FCPA and practical guide that would have been incredibly useful to me when I was asked to be responsible for FCPA Compliance related matters. It is a much needed resource and it will be extremely valuable as a desk reference for anyone involved in business and who is responsible for FCPA compliance.”
—Flora A. Francis, Counsel, Litigation, GE Oil & Gas
“Tackling corruption and insuring compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act makes this book a ‘must read’ for both current and future managers of today’s global corporations. Increased global Anti-Corruption laws and efforts demand that corporate compliance and training programs are in place - this guidebook provides the ‘how’ and the ‘why’! This book provides the ‘wake-up call’ and consequences of ‘failure to act’ that organizations can no longer ignore!”
—Joyce Barden, CPA, CBM, Senior Professor, DeVry University/Keller Graduate School of Management