A Conversation with Robert Meyer and Jeffrey Clark, hosted by Martin Weinstein
In this Willkie Compliance Concourse podcast, Martin Weinstein, Chair of Willkie’s Compliance, Investigations & Enforcement practice and partners Jeffrey Clark and Robert Meyer discuss their newly updated landmark FCPA treatise, The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: Compliance, Investigations and Enforcement. The resource is a comprehensive guide that addresses all aspects of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and offers practical guidance on how to navigate day‐to‐day FCPA‐related issues. Listen to hear co-authors Martin, Bob and Jeff discuss what inspired them to launch the book, what users can expect from the digital publication and why it’s a must-have tool for compliance professionals.
Robert Meyer is a partner in Willkie’s Compliance, Investigations & Enforcement practice in Washington, D.C. He is nationally recognized for his experience conducting internal investigations and in government enforcement matters involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the False Claims Act, government ethics, accounting fraud, bribery, fraud and whistle blower allegations. As a former federal prosecutor with substantial trial experience, Bob is frequently called upon to defend criminal and civil enforcement matters involving all of these subject matter areas.
Jeffrey Clark is also a partner in Willkie’s Compliance, Investigations & Enforcement practice in Washington. Jeff represents corporations and individuals in a wide variety of criminal and civil investigations and enforcement matters, including DOJ and SEC enforcement actions. His practice includes conducting complex, worldwide internal corporate investigations and providing advice to corporate management and directors regarding compliance and enforcement matters. He also counsels companies on designing and implementing corporate compliance programs. Jeff focuses on Foreign Corrupt Practices matters, and also has substantial experience in other types of international business and white collar litigation.