Paul Calli Quoted by Anti-Corruption Report Regarding Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Enforcement Efforts
Paul Calli was quoted by Anti-Corruption Report in its recent article, “U.S. Indicts Eight Foreign Nationals in Connection with a $2 Billion Scheme in Mozambique.” Mr. Calli discussed trial strategy in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act cases.
In an area of the law notorious for the government’s extraction of guilty pleas, Mr. Calli is one of the few lawyers to obtain a complete vindication for a client at trial. As covered by the New York Times, Paul Calli successfully defended the first person acquitted in the government’s failed “Gabon Sting” prosecution. He is a respected and frequent commentator on FCPA issues.