Partner David W. Simon will travel to Munich, Germany, to deliver a presentation on recent developments in United States law with respect to enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other anti-corruption laws. His presentation is part of an event entitled Internationaler Strafrechtstag: Internationale Korruption – aus Sicht der Strafverteidigung (International Criminal Law Day: International Corruption – From the Perspective of Criminal Defense), hosted by the German Defense Counsel Association and law firm Deutsche Strafverteidiger e.V. in Munich, Germany.
- “Globalized Economic Criminal Proceedings, International Corruption and the (Eroding) Protection of Accused Rights” (Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Mark Pieth, Full Professor of Criminal Law, University of Basel Law Faculty)
- The Scope of the Facts to Combat International Corruption Under German Criminal Law” (Dr. Thomas Grützner, Munich Attorney)
- “National Criminal Defense Against International Corruption Pursuit: The Battle of David Against Goliath?” (Daniel Amelung, Attorney and Specialist Lawyer for Criminal Law, Munich)
- Panel: “International Corruption and Internal Investigations” (Hildegard Bäumler-Hösl, Attorney-General Head of Department, Munich; Alexander Schemmel, Munich Attorney; and Daniel Amelung, Attorney and Specialist Lawyer for Criminal Law, Munich)
- “The European Public Prosecutor's Office and OLAF - The New Institutional Framework for the Fight Against Fraud and Corruption at European Level” (Margarete Hofmann, Director, European Commission, European Anti-Fraud Office)
- “The Emerging FCPA Enforcement Paradigm: Is the U.S. Department of Justice Turning Corporate Defense Lawyers into Quasi-prosecutors Against Individual Employees?” (David Simon, Partner, Foley & Lardner LLP, Milwaukee, WI and Washington, D.C.)
- “Corruption and Compliance in India: Legal Defense Perspectives” (Sherbir Panag, Managing Partner, Panag & Babu, New Delhi, India)