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Somebody's Watching Me: FCPA Monitorships and How They Can Work Better, 13 U.
The use of corporate monitorships as part of settlement agreements
In addition to his private monitoring work, he has also recently been selected for outside independent monitorships of Merrill Lynch and Mellon Bank, and been appointed independent examiner of the Bank of New York.
Lord will focus on assisting clients in dealing with matters involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, corporate compliance and governance, as well as white-collar criminal, civil regulatory, Anti-Money Laundering, healthcare, cybercrimes/cybersecurity, Intellectual Property investigations and litigation, the tracing of assets, bankruptcy receiverships and corporate monitorships.
MUKASEY: Just to underscore the dangers of monitorship, I mean, those things can go on--I mean, I am to a certain extent talking against my own interests here, but to the great enrichment of lawyers and law firms who get monitorships and make a great deal on them.
He established and leads Stroz Friedberg's business intelligence and investigations practice in Los Angeles, specializing in white collar investigations, due diligence, security consulting, court-appointed Special Master engagements and trusted monitorships.
Based in Kroll's New York City office, Lenoir will apply his extensive legal, investigative and management expertise to assist major government agency clients on a wide range of issues, including special investigations, litigation support and monitorships.
Huber will focus on expert witness work, forensic accounting advisory and restatement matters on behalf of FTI Consulting clients across the globe, as well as entities subject to deferred prosecution agreements and monitorships.
In addition, the group offers specialized auditing and forensic skills for compliance auditing, monitorships, and evaluation of internal controls.