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Meg advises individuals and corporations responding to DOJ and SEC investigations into violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other white collar crimes. She helps multinational clients plan, implement, and maintain their anti-corruption ethics and compliance programs. Meg also conducts internal investigations around the world and advises companies through remediation and disclosures to government authorities.
Meg served on the Monitor teams for two FCPA Monitorships and has represented two multinational corporations under the review of independent Compliance Monitors. She draws upon her broad international experience and strong project management skills to lead diverse teams of attorneys and consultants to conduct compliance risk assessments, compliance monitoring reviews, and internal investigations. Her Monitorship experience makes her uniquely qualified to advise clients facing similar scrutiny by enforcement authorities and government regulators in the U.S. and the UK, and to advise on best practices in building a corporate compliance program.
Meg has also represented individuals in connection with a criminal investigation conducted by the DOJ Healthcare & Government Fraud Unit and the FCPA Unit, as well as several individuals in connection with criminal investigations conducted by the DOJ Antitrust Division into the automotive parts industry.
Meg also represents a non-profit organization in relation to multiple congressional inquiries conducted by the Senate Committee on the Judiciary and the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.
Meg Hennessey, a Senior Associate in the San Francisco and Orange County offices, is a member of the White Collar Practice Group.
Meg's engagements include the following.