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Norman was the former chair of the White Collar subgroup of the firm's Business Litigation practice group. He focuses his practice primarily on white collar criminal matters. He represents companies and individuals in FCPA, antitrust export controls, fraud (including mortgage fraud, health care fraud, customs fraud, insider trading and securities fraud, government contract fraud, student loan fraud and bank fraud), LIBOR, FIRREA, public corruption, environmental, labor racketeering, perjury, and RICO investigations and prosecutions conducted by federal, state and foreign authorities. Norman has represented FCPA and other clients in Australia, China, India, Hong Kong and Europe, including France. Norman also conducts internal investigations on behalf of public and private companies, and represents parties in internal investigations and in proceedings initiated by various federal and state enforcement agencies, including the SEC, the CFTC and the New York State Attorney General's Office. In civil cases, he represents parties and defendants in civil RICO, false claims and forfeiture proceedings.

The Department of Justice (DOJ) just released an updated version of its Resource Guide to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. While the new version does not announce any groundbreaking changes, it now includes updates and references to recently issued policies, such as the DOJ’s Corporate Enforcement Policy, Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs, and the Corporate