Webinar: International Collusion and Corruption

Events / Thursday, July 23, 2020
1 - 2 p.m. EDT

On July 23, BakerHostetler’s Antitrust and Competition Team and the New York State Bar Association organized a webinar highlighting key developments in international collusion and corruption probes in the U.S., Brazil and Mexico. Speakers discussed emerging trends and unique issues in cross border cases, as well as the lessons learned for defending collusion and corruption probes.

  • Jeff Martino – BakerHostetler, former chief of the DOJ Antitrust Division’s New York office
  • Ann O’Brien – BakerHostetler, former assistant chief of the Competition Policy & Advocacy Section and special counsel for Criminal Policy at the U.S. DOJ Antitrust Division
  • Eduardo Frade – Vinicius Marques de Carvalho Advogados (São Paulo)
  • Narciso Campos Cuevas – Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C. (Mexico City)
Webinar Recording
Additional Resources
  • Responding to DOJ’s Increasing Int’l Antitrust Extraditions discusses how extradition is increasingly becoming a tool used by the Antitrust Division of the DOJ to prosecute individuals alleged to have violated U.S. law through anti-competitive conduct. This article summarizes several recent cases and the limited options that foreign nationals have when facing prosecution, and notes that many foreign defendants choose to work out plea agreements.
  • How Anti-Corruption and Antitrust Enforcement Align examines common intersections of anti-competitive and corrupt conduct, discusses the growth of antitrust and anti-corruption enforcement worldwide, summarizes recent DOJ antitrust and FCPA policies, and analyzes the key differences among policies regarding issues such as self-reporting.