Jack Sharman Interviewed For Law360 Article About FIFA Indictments

Law360′s Zachary Zagger writes about the FIFA prosecution and quotes, among others, Lightfoot white-collar partner Jack Sharman:

“Given this many defendants and the fact that there is going to be at least some who are going to cooperate, it would not surprise me if there wasn’t a second wave of charges or people coming out of the woodwork, people you have not heard of yet,” said Jackson R. Sharman III, a white collar criminal defense attorney with Lightfoot Franklin & White LLC.

“If it is going to survive, it is going to have to have a more rigorous compliance structure than some of the items that have come across thus far,” Sharman said suggesting that it may need to create something like a corporate board of directors or an inspector general-type official to address compliance issues directly.”

Here is a link to the full article (Law360 subscription required): 3 Things To Watch Out For In The FIFA Corruption Case

And, here is a link to Jack’s blog posts about the FIFA indictments and their relevance to corporate compliance: FIFA Indictments, Corporate Compliance, Alfred Kinsey and Robert Lee

Jack writes about white-collar matters at White Collar Wire. To read about Lightfoot’s white-collar practice, click here. You can follow Lightfoot’s business-crime and enforcement Twitter feed here: @WhiteCollarWire.

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