Shell's General Counsel on New Frontiers of Legal Risk

With increasing globalization of business, more and more companies interact with a variety of legal regimes and face potential enforcement actions from a multitude of agencies and governments. This, combined with the extra-territorial reach of some U.S. laws, such as the antitrust statutes, export control laws, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Sarbanes-Oxley, and the Patriot act.