Orlando Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Attorney
The FCPA prohibits both United States and foreign corporations and nationals from offering or paying, or authorizing the offer or payment, of anything of value to a foreign government official, foreign political party, party official, or candidate for foreign public office, or to an official of a public international organization in order to obtain or retain business. In addition, the FCPA requires publicly-held United States companies to make and keep books and records which, in reasonable detail, accurately reflect the disposition of company assets and to devise and maintain a system of internal accounting controls sufficient to reasonably assure that transactions are authorized, recorded accurately, and periodically reviewed. Like health care fraud, FCPA cases often time start out with a tip from an employee/whistleblower. These cases are almost exclusively investigated by the FBI and can take years to finish. I’ve worked with federal prosecutors in Washington, D.C. on FCPA cases and have defended clients accused of violating the FCPA. If your company learns of a violation of the FCPA, current DOJ policy incentivizes you to disclose the violation. I can help you navigate through the process whether you are a company or individual.
Leverage an Experienced Orlando Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Defense Attorney
When you are facing federal criminal charges, it is important to have a criminal defense attorney with years of experience in federal court. At Dan Eckhart Law, we have tried dozens and dozens of cases in federal court, always fighting aggressively for clients’ rights and freedom.
Attorney Dan Eckhart leverages his experience as a federal prosecutor to help build the strongest strategic defense possible for his clients. He will fight relentlessly to protect your rights and obtain the best possible outcome for your future. Call us at 407.276.0500 or use the form on our website to contact us and get started on your defense.