Robertson Park joins ETHIC Intelligence Certification Committee
Ethic IntelligenceMarch 29, 2016
Paris, France March 29, 2016 –
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Robertson T. Park joins the ETHIC Intelligence Certification Committee
Paris, France – March 29th, 2016- Robertson T. Park, a Shareholder in Murphy & McGonigle‘s Washington, D.C. office, became ETHIC Intelligence’s 12th Certification Committee member in March 2016. Robertson focuses his practice on white-collar criminal matters, enforcement defense, internal corporate investigations, and compliance counseling.
Robertson T. Park, Juris Doctor, graduated from the Antioch School of Law in Washington, D.C.. He was Trial Counsel in the FCPA prosecution of United States v. Frederic Bourke, Jr. and worked for more than 10 years as an Assistant Chief at Fraud Section, Criminal Division United States Department of Justice Washington, D.C. where he was responsible for the investigation and prosecution of significant matters within the Fraud Section. He has broad experience in significant matters involving procurement, bankruptcy, health care, commodities, financial institutions frauds and FCPA violations. Robertson T. Park started his career as an Assistant United States Attorney at the US Attorney’s Office in Washington, D.C in 1984. He has received numerous awards including the Assistant Attorney General’s Award, the Attorney General’s Award for Exceptional Service, and the Criminal Division Award for Intradepartmental Cooperation.
Robertson T. Park is a founding member of the Murphy & McGonigle’s White Collar Defense, Investigations, and Compliance Counseling Group.
ETHIC Intelligence is proud to count Robertson among its Certification Committee members.
Since 2006, ETHIC Intelligence has provided best practices certification of corporate anti-corruption compliance programs so companies can benchmark and communicate on their compliance achievements. The certification process relies on a two-tiered evaluation of compliance programs by accredited auditors and a committee of international lawyers, resulting in concrete recommendations for improvement of the program under review. The ETHIC Intelligence terms of reference incorporate the highest international standards issued to date and are regularly updated to reflect evolving international best practices, guidelines, recommendations and case law.
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