Debevoise & Plimpton LLP lawyers authored a key chapter on corporate compliance expectations and U.S. white collar enforcement in the second edition of Global Investigations Review’s “The Guide to Compliance.” White collar partner Kara Brockmeyer, counsel Ivona Josipovic and associates Andreas Glimenakis and Berk Guler contributed a chapter to the guide’s second edition entitled, “U.S. Compliance Enforcement.”
The updated chapter explores how corporate compliance expectations increasingly factor into U.S. FCPA enforcement and provides readers with insights as to key considerations for companies facing potential enforcement actions and navigating the reporting and settlement process with U.S. authorities.
Kara Brockmeyer is a white collar partner at the firm who represents companies and individuals in anti-corruption, fraud and related government investigations and internal investigations, as well as advising on deal due diligence and compliance matters. She has successfully guided several clients to obtain the coveted “double declination” from the SEC and DOJ, and her clients range from large publicly-traded companies to alternative asset managers and global health care companies. She is an international expert on the FCPA and corporate compliance programs, ranked as a leading lawyer by Chambers Global and Chambers USA, and is a frequent speaker and commentator on compliance and corporate governance topics, as well as anti-corruption and regulatory enforcement issues. Before she joined the firm, Kara was the Chief of the FCPA Unit of the SEC’s Enforcement Division.
Ivona Josipovic is a counsel in the firm’s White Collar & Regulatory Defense Group. Her practice focuses on white collar defense, internal investigations and sensitive investigations. Ms. Josipovic regularly conducts cross-border and large-scale investigations for clients in a wide range of industries. She has significant experience representing and advising corporate clients in matters involving compliance with corrupt practices legislation, including in multijurisdictional matters that resulted in coordinated global resolutions.
Andreas Glimenakis is a litigation associate and a member of the firm’s White Collar & Regulatory Defense Group. His practice focuses on government and internal investigations, securities enforcement actions, and compliance advice. Mr. Glimenakis is also an associate editor of FCPA Update, the firm’s monthly newsletter addressing developments in anti-corruption law enforcement and related compliance topics.
Berk Guler is a litigation associate. His practice focuses on government and internal investigations, securities enforcement actions, and advising clients with respect to deal due diligence and compliance matters. Prior to joining Debevoise, Mr. Guler served as a paralegal and legal analyst at the World Bank Office of Suspension and Debarment.