MIAMI — Andrés Rivero spoke on a panel at the NAMWOLF Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, Thursday, September 17, 2015. The panel, “Going after a foreign official: The DOJ rewrites its FCPA screenplay,” discussed how, more and more, prosecutors are coming up with creative ways of taking the FCPA fight to bribe takers by charging corrupt foreign officials under statutes such as the Travel Act and the Money Laundering Control Act (“MLCA”).

The National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms, Inc. (NAMWOLF) is a nonprofit trade association comprised of minority and women-owned law firms. Since 2001, NAMWOLF has been a bridge between corporate legal departments and M/WBE law firms dedicated to identifying best practices for major corporations to increase diversity.

Rivero’s practice is focused exclusively on complex commercial litigation, including international arbitration and litigation. A former federal prosecutor, Rivero is a skilled trial lawyer with more than 20 years of experience in representing corporations and entrepreneurs in intellectual property disputes, antitrust and securities claims, and partnership and shareholder controversies.

About Rivero Mestre LLP

Rivero Mestre, from its offices in Miami and New York, represents clients from investigation to verdict and appeal in complex business disputes in U.S. federal courts, state courts, and domestic and international arbitration proceedings. The firm’s practice focuses primarily on representing corporate and institutional clients in a broad range of complex commercial disputes including financial institution matters, intellectual property disputes, and litigation and arbitration relating to Latin American trade and investment. For more information, visit www.riveromestre.com.