Debevoise & Plimpton LLP partners Andrew M. Levine, David A. O’Neil and Karolos Seeger recently spoke at the 16th Annual IBA Anti-Corruption Conference. The conference brought together leading practitioners from around the globe to discuss the latest developments in anti-corruption law.
Mr. Levine is a litigation partner whose practice focuses on white collar and regulatory defense, internal investigations and a broad range of complex commercial litigation. He regularly defends companies in criminal, civil and regulatory enforcement matters and has conducted numerous investigations throughout the world. At the conference, Mr. Levine spoke on the “Lost In Translation: Negotiating Multi-Jurisdictional Proceedings and Settlements” panel, examining practical approaches to multijurisdictional investigations and proceedings.
Mr. O’Neil participated in a mock trial before the World Bank Sanctions Board, offering viewers an inside look at the sanctions procedures of multilateral development banks. Mr. O’Neil is a litigation partner and member of the firm’s White Collar & Regulatory Defense Group whose practice focuses on white collar criminal defense, internal investigations, privacy and cybersecurity, congressional investigations and AML/sanctions enforcement defense.
Mr. Seeger is a partner in the firm’s White Collar & Regulatory Defense Group and International Dispute Resolution Group. His practice focuses on white collar crime and internal investigations, in particular regarding compliance with corrupt practices legislation, conducting compliance assessments and creating and implementing appropriate compliance programmes and procedures. At the conference, Mr. Seeger spoke on the “Double Jeopardy” panel, shedding light on the impact of the international double jeopardy rule.
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