Corinne Lammers is a partner in the Litigation practice of Paul Hastings, based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. Ms. Lammers's practice focuses primarily on international anti-corruption laws, including the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Ms. Lammers has been practicing in this area throughout her career, and has extensive experience in designing new and enhancing existing anti-corruption compliance programs, including policies and procedures. Ms. Lammers works with clients across a wide range of industries. She has spearheaded teams in concert with independent accounting firms in reviewing clients' systems of internal controls and internal audit for purposes of anti-corruption compliance, conducted internal investigations, and performed complex due diligence reviews in connection with international business transactions and the retention of international sales representatives and consultants.
Ms. Lammers has worked on several corporate monitorships, including preparing reports to U.S. authorities as well as working with companies to strengthen their anti-corruption compliance programs to meet the terms of settlements with enforcement agencies. She has substantial experience in conducting risk assessments and enhancing anti-corruption compliance programs to meet established industry "best practices", as well as providing comprehensive compliance training to management, employees and third parties. In addition to her years in private practice, Ms. Lammers also worked as in-house counsel to a major defense contractor, focusing on compliance.
Ms. Lammers is a Senior Advisor to the ABA Section of International Law's Anti-Corruption Committee, serves on the editorial board of news service Global Investigations Review, and has lectured on anti-corruption topics at law schools as well as for the International Law Institute.