Welcome to Compliance Hot Spots, and good evening from Washington. Big Law is weighing in on a notable appeals court decision that came just in time for the Justice Department as it prepares for a string of upcoming foreign bribery trials. Also: Huawei’s chief financial officer, fighting her extradition from Canada to the U.S., is accusing law enforcement in both countries of misconduct. Plus, scroll down to see who was in Deutsche Bank’s corner as it reached a $16 million settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission.  Tips, feedback and general thoughts on your practices are always appreciated. I’m C. Ryan Barber—reach me at [email protected] and 202-828-0315, or follow me on Twitter @cryanbarber. Thanks for reading!


‘No Doubt’: Appeals Court Ruling Will Bolster Foreign Bribery Enforcement

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