Michael Rosensaft, a partner in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice, spoke with Law360 about the adoption of deferred prosecution agreements (DPAs) by UK lawmakers. The Crime and Courts Act 2013 will allow prosecutors in the Serious Fraud Office and the Crown Prosecution Service to enter into DPAs in cases involving fraud, bribery or money laundering, which could lead prosecutors in the United Kingdom to broaden the scope of their investigations and launch more cases under the 2010 Bribery Act. As Mr. Rosensaft explains, such a crackdown could provoke a mixed reaction from corporations. (“UK Deferred Prosecution Law May Avoid FCPA Pitfalls,” May 13, 2013)