A new policy enacted by the DOJ in late 2017 may significantly affect the way FCPA violations are handled internally by corporations. The sooner these violations are handled, the better.

Under the policy, a company will be less likely to face prosecution if it has implemented an effective program to root out potential violations and swiftly ascertain and disclose to the DOJ all relevant facts about the individuals involved in the wrongdoing.

That’s easier said than done. Evidence could be hidden in emails, electronic documents and other files that could be stored anywhere across a company’s operations. There’s also an increasing need to collect social networking and mobile data.

Join us for an interactive discussion on how a proactive approach, including technology assisted review, active learning and other analytics tools, can detect potential violations early on.

You’ll learn:

  • What the DOJ’s new policy means and implications for investigations strategies
  • Tips on using technology to identify or rule out suspicious activity
  • How a medical manufacturer controls the process for Asia and European investigations

Whether you’re part of an in-house discovery team or at a law firm, this educational program will provide practical tips and techniques for using advanced technology to find answers and protect against FCPA fines.


Robert D. Keeling |Partner, Sidley Austin LLP

Robert Keeling

Robert is a co-chair of the firm’s E-Discovery Task Force and an experienced litigator whose practice includes a special focus on e-discovery matters. He has represented numerous clients in international investigations with respect to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and advises companies on the implementation of effective compliance programs related to the FCPA. He is experienced in multidistrict litigation, false claims act litigation, commercial litigation, securities class actions, contract disputes, RICO and fraud actions, insurance coverage litigation and many other types of cases.

Thomas C. Gricks III | Managing Director, Professional Services | Catalyst

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Tom is a managing director at Catalyst and a licensed attorney in Pennsylvania. Before recently joining Catalyst, he was a general commercial litigator for 23 years. He practiced before both federal and state courts across the United States, and, in addition to Pennsylvania, is admitted to practice in a number of federal jurisdictions, including the Supreme Court. For the past several years, Tom has devoted a substantial portion of his practice to e-discovery, with a particular emphasis on TAR. He argued the Global Aerospace case before the Circuit Court in Loudoun County, Virginia, which is the first case to permit the use of TAR over the objection of the opposing party.

John Tredennick | Founder and CEO | Catalyst

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John Tredennick is the CEO and founder of Catalyst Repository Systems, which designs, builds and runs the world's fastest and most powerful software platform for complex e-discovery, regulatory investigations and compliance. A former trial lawyer and litigation partner with a large national law firm (20+ years), John has written or edited five books and countless articles on litigation and technology issues and has spoken before legal-technology audiences in five continents. Recently, The American Lawyer named him one of the top six e-discovery trail blazers in its issue on the “Top 50 Big Law Innovators of the Last 50 Years.” He also served as chair of the American Bar Association’s Law Practice Management Section and was editor-in-chief of its flagship magazine Law Practice and the founder and editor of its webzine Law Practice Today.


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