66th Virtual Annual Institute

Speakers & committee

Program Chair

CONNIE ROGERS is the founder and principal of Terra Law Group, LLC, in Golden, Colorado. Connie helps clients navigate complex regulatory regimes and environmental reviews, with an emphasis on compliance with U.S. federal land management statutes, the National Environmental Policy Act, species protection statutes, federal Indian law, cultural resource and religious freedom concerns, and international human rights and indigenous peoples issues. Connie previously served as Deputy Solicitor for Energy and Mineral Resources at the U.S. Department of the Interior, where she was the lead lawyer on issues relating to the development of renewable and conventional energy and mineral resources.  Connie is a former trustee of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation and a frequent speaker at the Annual Institute and Special Institutes. Connie is listed in The Best Lawyers in America© for Native American Law (twice as Lawyer of the Year for Native American Law in Denver), in Who’s Who Legal: Mining, Denver Business Journal’s list of Top Women in Energy, and by Chambers USA for Natural Resources & Environment. Connie graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center, where she was an Olin Fellow in Law and Economics and a member of the Order of the Coif.

Section Chairs

KEVIN C. ABBOTT has over 35 years of experience representing all aspects of the oil and gas industry in trial and appellate courts. As a partner at Reed Smith LLP in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Kevin began the firm’s oil and gas litigation practice, building a team of lawyers and paralegals who worked together to win numerous cases in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio and other states.  In January 2020, Kevin opened his solo practice to provide litigation consulting and act as an arbitrator and mediator in energy disputes. Kevin has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America in Energy Law, as a Top Rated Lawyer in Energy Law by American Lawyer Media and Martindale Hubbell, and was the recipient of the Pittsburgh Business Times Energy Leadership Award. In addition to his energy practice, Kevin has tried numerous libel cases for newspapers and other media. Kevin also serves as Professor of Practice at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, teaching courses in oil and gas law and media law.  From 2015-2019, he served as the University’s first executive director of the Energy Law & Policy Institute. Kevin is a trustee for both Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation and the Energy & Mineral Law Foundation.

MICHELLE BRYAN is a Professor of Law and teaches water law and other environmental law courses in the Natural Resources & Environmental Law Program at the University of Montana School of Law. After a childhood spent in farming, ranching, and energy development communities in the West, she embarked on a career in natural resources law and policy. Her first position was as a policy specialist for the Montana Water Center, where she worked on issues involving water rights and mining impacts to water quality. After obtaining her law degree, she worked in private practice representing a variety of clients including local governments, private landowners, non-profits, developers, and affected neighbors and community groups. She now brings this diverse experience to her teaching and scholarship within the academy. Professor Bryan’s current research interests include the protection of tribal sacred waters, the relationship between land use and water use, and the role of public trust in water use.

ALEX B. CAMPBELL is an owner/shareholder and Vice President of Land & Business Development at Enduring Resources, LLC. A Colorado native, Alex earned his BA/BS and MBA from Colorado State University. During his 30 years as a petroleum land manager, Alex has been an active member of numerous professional organizations, is a Life Member of the Denver Association of Petroleum Landmen, and was the recipient of the 1996 Landman of the Year award. He has been an active member of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation and serves as the DAPL/RMMLF Landman Trustee. Alex is Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Western Energy Alliance, and serves on the Board of Directors of the New Mexico Oil & Gas Association and the Independent Producers Association of New Mexico. During his distinguished Land career, Alex has been a member of the Board of Directors of Esenjay Exploration, Inc., Aspect Energy, LLC, and Core Resources, LLC. Alex is an expert in federal and state regulatory issues, as well as the entire range of land management challenges that accompany acquisitions, divestitures, and active unconventional drilling programs in the Rocky Mountain region. 

TIMOTHY R. CANON is an attorney with Ovintiv Services Inc., where he works primarily on midstream and marketing matters. Tim was previously an associate with Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP in Denver, where his practice covered upstream and midstream oil and gas contracts and transactional matters, oil and gas title examinations, and federal lands matters. Tim obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in 2010 and his J.D. from Boston University School of Law in 2013. He is an active participant in the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation; he has co-authored several papers, has written numerous articles for the Foundation’s Mineral Law Newsletter, and currently serves on the Publications Committee.

ANDREW J. (DREW) CLOUTIER is a partner in the Roswell, NM office of Hinkle Shanor LLP. He tries a variety of oil and gas cases, including administrative proceedings, for both the upstream and midstream segments of the oil and gas industry. Drew served as President of the State Bar of New Mexico in 2013 and as President of the Western States Bar Conference in 2018. He is also a long-time volunteer in Scouts BSA and served as a Scoutmaster of Troop 149 in Roswell for seven years and President of the Conquistador Council for five years. Drew and his wife, Carrie-Leigh, are co-handlers of a trained courthouse dog named Zia who comforts children who are victims of and witnesses to crime while testifying or being interviewed.

JEFF N. FAILLERS is a partner at Erwin Thompson Faillers in Reno, Nevada. His practice includes business, corporate, real estate, and natural resources law with an emphasis on the representation of natural resource exploration and operating companies. Jeff handles complex transactions and mining-related matters, including property and corporate due diligence; project financing; title examination, reports, and legal opinions; business, property, and water right acquisition and disposition; and land-use entitlements. Prior to practicing law, he worked as an independent mineral landman where he assisted clients in the negotiation and acquisition mineral properties throughout the western United States. Jeff currently serves as a trustee for the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation.

BARBARA F. FULLMER is Vice President and Chief Counsel for ConocoPhillips Alaska, a business unit of ConocoPhillips Company. Her practice encompasses oil and gas exploration and production plus oil and gas transportation matters in Alaska. Prior to working at ConocoPhillips, Barbara was a partner in a private firm focusing on natural resources issues. She also worked for the State of Alaska in the Department of Law and the Department of Natural Resources. In a prior life, she was a petroleum engineer for ten years in the Lower 48 and Alaska. Barbara serves on the board of the Armed Services YMCA – Alaska. 

CHARLES KAZAZ is a partner at Blake, Cassels and Graydon LLP and is based in both Montréal, Quebec and Toronto, Ontario. Charles specializes in mining law and practices in all aspects of environmental law. Charles advises mining companies on a wide range of commercial, land, and regulatory mining issues, including mine acquisitions and divestitures, mine reclamation and closure issues, earn-ins, joint ventures, regulatory compliance, mineral rights concerns, and indigenous rights issues and agreements. He has extensive expertise in environmental aspects of corporate, commercial, and property transactions, project development, regulatory compliance, and liability issues. He also advises businesses with regard to contaminated property, permitting, investigations and enforcement, environmental assessments, waste management issues, regulatory compliance, and defending environmental prosecutions. He is recognized as a leading lawyer in all major legal directories and ranking publications, including The Lexpert/American Lawyer Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada 2020 (Mining) and Chambers Global: The World's Leading Lawyers for Business 2019 (Environment).

ANN NAVARO is a partner at Bracewell LLP.  She advises on and litigates under the federal laws and policies governing natural resources and the environment. After more than 25 years as a litigator and policy advisor for the federal government, she brings exceptional insight and acumen to clients seeking to build, operate, and maintain infrastructure, produce valuable natural resources, or improve government policies and programs affecting their businesses. Ms. Navaro has held senior legal and policy positions at the US Army Corps of Engineers and the US Department of the Interior, including most recently as Counselor to the Solicitor at the Department of the Interior. She spent more than 10 years as a trial lawyer in the Environment and Natural Resources Division at the US Department of Justice, as well as 10 years litigating and ultimately managing all civil works litigation for the Army Corps.  At Bracewell, Ms. Navaro supports clients—including infrastructure developers and companies active in the upstream, pipeline, renewables, power transmission, and LNG sectors—on project siting and operation; permitting and enforcement under federal wetland, habitat and resource statutes; and related regulatory issues, policy advocacy, and litigation.

NORA PINCUS is a partner in the Salt Lake City and Denver offices of Dorsey and Whitney. Nora is nationally recognized for her experience guiding mining, oil and gas, renewable energy, and agricultural companies through complicated transactions. Her practice focuses on representing clients in high value asset transactions, financings, and project development/build-out. Nora has substantial experience managing multi-disciplinary teams in major M&A transactions from due diligence to closing. She is an expert on the public land laws of the United States, working in tandem with regulatory and commercial teams in facilitating environmentally responsible development on public lands. Nora also helps clients in the ranching and agricultural sectors reach their commercial and conservation goals. Nora’s clients include domestic and international mining and energy companies, renewable energy developers, multinational agricultural corporations, national banks, and private equity funds. Nora received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah and her law degree from the University of Denver.  Outside of work, Nora enjoys spending time outdoors skiing, biking and running. 

DIANA SANCLEMENTE is a partner at Sancelemente Fernandez Abogados So.A. in Bogota, Columbia. For 29 years, her practice has focused on the energy sector, mining, and major oil and gas projects in Colombia. In the last year, she has been involved in the conversion of TEA’s to E&P’s offshore contracts between IOC’s and the Colombian Agency of Hydrocarbons (ANH), offshore studies proposals with services companies, asset acquisition for oil and service companies, unconventional reservoirs studies, and helping service companies in performing all type of hydrocarbon onshore and offshore services. Diana is currently ranked in Chambers and Partners Leading Lawyers for Business (The Client’s Guide), as well as in Who’s Who Legal: Energy, which in 2015 listed her as one of 10 Colombian lawyers ranked within the best 208 energy lawyers globally. She co-wrote the Colombian chapter of Latin American Upstream Oil and Gas, published by the UK’s Globe Law and Business. After being Latin American regional director for the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN) for the past three years, she was appointed in 2018 VP of Regions in the same organisation. In addition, Georgetown University has selected her as a member of the Latin American law alumni advisory board at Georgetown Law.

DAVID L. SCHWAN is the Managing Counsel at Concho Resources Inc., and has worked for Concho since October 2014. Before joining Concho, Mr. Schwan was a law clerk to the Honorable Gray H. Miller of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division. Mr. Schwan was a commercial litigation associate in King & Spalding’s Houston office from 2006-2012. More recently Mr. Schwan has been a Co-Chair of the American Bar Association’s Mass Torts Committee within the Section of Litigation since August 2018. At the 2015 ABA Joint CLE Seminar, Mr. Schwan moderated a panel on hydraulic fracturing entitled “Fracked Up! – A Case Study on the Interaction of Layered Fracking Laws and Regulations in Different States.” At the 2018 ABA Joint CLE Seminar, Mr. Schwan spoke on a panel regarding regulatory changes in the new presidential administration entitled “Reality Check: Goals for Regulatory Streamlining During the Current Administration.” Lastly, Mr. Schwan was the seminar co-chair for the 2020 Joint CLE Seminar in Snowmass Village, Colorado. Mr. Schwan is originally from Lake Charles, Louisiana, and he currently resides in Houston, Texas with Paul, his very understanding partner, and Walter, their German Shepherd.

VIRGINIA K. SCHWEITZER is the Co-Managing Partner of Fasken’s Ottawa office. She practices in the areas of corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, securities, mining, energy and technology law. Regularly advising clients on public offerings, including IPOs, in Canada and the United States, Virginia has also assisted with private placements for mining, technology, and biotechnology clients. Her expertise also extends to negotiating mergers, takeovers, and acquisitions on behalf of both public and non-public companies. She works closely with her mining clients on joint venture agreements, option agreements, and royalty arrangements. Acting for various public companies, Virginia has advised clients including Ur-Energy Inc., BluMetric Environmental Inc., Aura Silver Resources Inc., Enablence Technologies Inc. and Intouch Insight Ltd. Virginia is the editor of the Canadian mining law chapters of LexisNexis’ American Law of Mining. The American Law of Mining is comprehensive guide used by mining lawyers and professionals, addressing all facets of mining law, including key Canadian aspects. Virginia is the Co-Chair of the Mining Section of the 66th Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Annual Institute. Virginia volunteers, as a leader, with Girl Guides of Canada and enjoys camping, canoeing and snowshoeing.


PAULA HOWELL ANDERSON is a partner in Shearman and Sterling’s Litigation practice. Her experience is broad, with an international focus, and encompasses Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) investigations, global anti-corruption, sanctions and AML compliance, complex commercial litigation, cross-border disputes, and M&A-related litigation. She has led monitorship teams for the FCPA compliance monitorships of York International and Baker Hughes, and has conducted anti-corruption investigations in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East. Before joining the firm, Ms. Anderson served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Diane Lebedeff, New York Supreme Court in 1999.  In 2012, she was awarded the National Organization of Women’s “2012 Women of Power and Influence Award,” and was named to Crain’s NY Business Magazine’s “40 Under 40” list of top achievers under the age of 40. In 2014, Ms. Anderson was named to Global Investigations Review’s inaugural “40 Under 40” list of the world’s leading investigations specialists. Ms. Anderson has also been recognized by the Council of Urban Professionals (“CUP”) as a 2014 CUP Catalyst Change Agent in Law for her extraordinary professional achievements and service to the community. In 2018, she was named one of the Most Influential Black Lawyers by Savoy Magazine.

AUSTIN BRISTER represents oil and gas companies and landowners in upstream oil and gas litigation, including mineral and leasehold title disputes, surface trespass and damages, royalty calculation and payment disputes, operator/non-operator disputes, removal of operator, lease termination/perpetuation disputes, retained acreage and proration unit issues, and an array of other issues in the upstream oil and gas sector. Austin has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in courtrooms across Texas. Austin strives to find practical business solutions, but if necessary he works hard to implement aggressive strategies in the courthouse. Austin is licensed in Texas, Wyoming, Colorado, and North Dakota. Austin is an active member of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, where he serves as the Vice Chair of the Young Professionals Committee. Austin frequently publishes articles and gives presentations on oil and gas issues, including articles and presentations for the Texas Oil and Gas Law Journal, Law360, Texas State Bar, Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, Wyoming Bar Association, Houston Bar Association, Dallas Bar Association, Wyoming College of Law, University of Texas, South Texas College of Law, American Association of Petroleum Landmen, Landman Magazine, National Association of Division Order Analysts, National Association of Lease and Title Analysts, and numerous local chapters of landman and lawyer associations.

SHARON BUCCINO is a Senior Attorney and Director of the Land program at the Natural Resources Defense Council. Originally from central Florida, Ms. Buccino has spent over 25 years in NRDC’s Washington DC office. Her current work focuses on energy policy and transparent government. Ms. Buccino actively litigates in federal court and advocates before federal agencies and Congress. Working with 16 Indian Nations, she secured a recent court victory against the Federal Communications Commission. The action preserved environmental and historic review for the siting of cell towers and other wireless infrastructure. Ms. Buccino also led NRDC’s successful litigation under the Freedom of Information Act to force disclosure of the Cheney Energy Task Force papers. These documents exposed industry influence in shaping the fossil fuel agenda of the Bush-Cheney Administration. Ms. Buccino has expertise in numerous federal laws including the National Environmental Policy Act, the National Historic Preservation Act, the Federal Land Policy and Management Act, the Clean Air Act and the Clean Water Act. Before joining NRDC, Ms. Buccino practiced environmental and administrative law with a private firm in Washington, DC. She also served as a law clerk for the Alaska Supreme Court.

LINDA M. BULLEN is a solo practitioner whose practice emphasizes environmental and energy law with an emphasis on renewable energy development in the Southwestern U.S. She assists her clients from siting through flipping the switch, and has been counsel to roughly forty renewable energy projects, primarily photovoltaic solar projects, on federal, state, municipal and private lands. Because of the preponderance of federal lands in the Southwest, her practice includes an emphasis on National Environmental Policy Act issues. Linda began her environmental law practice with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as Assistant Regional Counsel, Region V, Chicago from 1986-1988 and in the Chicago-based international law firm of McDermott, Will & Emery from 1988-1994. She served as an Assistant Attorney General in Minnesota from 1994-1997. She practiced in Nevada with the law firm of Lionel Sawyer & Collins from 2001 to 2014, specializing in environmental and energy matters. She began Bullen Law, LLC in 2015. Top-ranked in Chambers USA for Environmental Law, Chambers described Linda as “a superior environmental lawyer.” She has an AV rating in the Martindale-Hubbell directory and holds the distinction of being the first Nevada attorney to be invited to join the American College of Environmental Lawyers. 

MARCELLA BURKE is an energy lawyer and strategic advisor in the Houston and Washington DC offices of King & Spalding LLP. With a background in corporate upstream mergers and acquisitions, she counsels clients across the energy sector, including conventional oil and gas, hydraulic fracturing, renewables, and offshore wind on high stakes environmental and regulatory matters. Marcella served at the U.S. Department of the Interior as the Deputy Solicitor for Energy and Natural Resources, and Senior Counselor to the Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management. In these roles, Marcella was lead counsel for BLM, BOEM, and BSEE. She oversaw all BLM, BOEM, and BSEE rulemakings and enforcement matters, and high-stakes, complex energy disputes. She served as Counsel to the Royalty Policy Committee and received appointments with the Regulatory Reform Task Force and as National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) team lead for all energy project approvals. In these roles, she worked closely with the Department of Justice, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the Office of Management & Budget’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA), and other federal agencies.

ANNE J. CASTLE is a senior fellow at the Getches-Wilkinson Center for Natural Resources, Energy, and the Environment at the University of Colorado Law School, focusing on western water policy issues, including Colorado River management, integration of land use and water planning, and alternatives to permanent agricultural dry-up. From 2009 to 2014, she was Assistant Secretary for Water and Science at the U.S. Department of the Interior where she oversaw water and science policy for the Department and had responsibility for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and the U.S. Geological Survey. While at Interior, Castle spearheaded the Department’s WaterSMART program, which provides federal leadership on the path toward sustainable water supplies and was the driving force behind a multi-agency MOU addressing sustainable hydropower. Castle also provided hands-on leadership on Colorado River issues and was the Chair of the Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Work Group and a champion of Minute 319 between the US and Mexico. Castle is a recovering lawyer, having practiced water law for 28 years with the Rocky Mountain law firm of Holland & Hart.

MARK FINLEY is the Fellow in Energy and Global Oil at Rice University's Baker Institute. He has 35 years of experience working at the intersections of energy, economics, and public policy. Before joining the Institute, Finley was a senior economist at BP, where he led the production of the BP Statistical Review of World Energy, the world’s longest-running compilation of objective global energy data. He also led the global oil market and transportation sector analyses for the long-term BP Energy Outlook. Before joining BP, Finley was an analyst and manager at the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, where he assessed the implications for U.S. strategic interests of developments in global oil and other energy markets. Finley is a senior fellow of the U.S. Association for Energy Economics. He has held leadership roles in the International Association for Energy Economics, the National Association for Business Economics, and the Conference of Business Economics. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and he sits on the external advisory board of the University of Michigan Energy Institute. Finley is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Michigan and holds graduate degrees from Northwestern University and the George Washington University.

MEGAN S. HAINES is counsel and serves as co-chair of the energy disputes practice at McGuireWoods in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She has led numerous high-profile energy litigation and environmental regulatory matters in state and federal courts and before state and federal agencies on behalf of companies whose businesses extract, build, or manufacture – from natural gas exploration and production companies and coal mining companies to steel and carbon product manufacturers. Megan also has counseled clients through environmental regulations, state energy regulatory commission proceedings, and municipal zoning matters impacting real estate development and commercial transactions. From 2013 to 2018, Megan served as an adjunct professor at her alma mater, Duquesne University School of Law, where she instructed Oil & Gas Law.

KARL HEISLER is a partner with King & Spalding LLP in Chicago, IL. Mr. Heisler is an environmental lawyer specializing in enforcement defense and incident response. He has managed the legal fallout from a wide array of environmental and workplace safety incidents, ranging from fires and explosions to pipeline releases and the abandonment of hazardous waste. Mr. Heisler has 17 years of experience responding to governmental investigations involving the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act, and the Occupational Safety and Health Act. He is a prolific speaker on environmental law and incident response. Legal 500 USA distinguished him as having a “singular ability to clarify the inordinately opaque and confusing nature of environmental laws for the unanointed.” Benchmark Litigation recognized him as having an “unparalleled ability to master the facts and an encyclopedic mastery of environmental law.” Law 360 identified him as one of five “Rising Stars” in environmental law nationwide. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia and his juris doctor from the University of Virginia School of Law.

ANDY LILLIE is a partner in the Denver office of Hogan Lovells US LLP.  He leads the office’s dispute-resolution and litigation group, and helps clients solve their trickiest legal problems so they can focus on their business objectives. An accomplished trial lawyer and dispute-resolution authority, Andy fervently advocates for his clients as their trusted advisor: he’s astute, insightful, attentive, and pragmatic. He has one goal—to lift his client's burden. Andy handles myriad disputes, often for energy and natural-resources businesses with commercial and environmental litigation, regulation, and compliance matters. He counsels clients on dispute prevention and resolution, permitting, cybersecurity, and best business practices. In the natural-resources world, Andy works in the electricity generation, oil and gas, gold and hard-rock mining, wind, solar, and utilities sectors. He handles issues involving toxic torts, land use, air quality, water quality, hazardous waste, and climate change. Andy holds a J.D. from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, an M.A. in Science Journalism from the University of Colorado-Boulder, and a B.S. and B.G.S. from the University of Michigan.

LIZ OCH is a senior associate in the Denver office of Hogan Lovells US LLP. Liz is a litigator who counsels clients in all stages of environmental, energy, and natural resources disputes. She relies on her background in environmental science, stakeholder analysis, and dispute resolution to bring creative, collaborative solutions to conflicts over natural resources, environmental remediation, and energy production. Liz has rich experience with matters arising under the federal environmental statutes, including the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), as well as state cleanup statutes. She advises clients in the energy and extractive resources industry on conflicts ranging from royalty disputes to lease-interpretation issues. Liz also maintains a general commercial litigation docket, representing clients across a variety of industries, and has a robust pro bono practice with an emphasis on human rights issues. Liz holds a J.D. (cum laude) from the University of Michigan Law School, a M.S. in Natural Resources from the University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment, and a B.A. in Environmental Sciences from Northwestern University.

JOSEPH A. SCHREMMER is the Leon Karelitz Oil & Gas Law Professor at the University of New Mexico School of Law, where he teaches courses on oil and gas, energy, commercial law, and property. He writes about oil, gas, and mineral law, with a current focus on the nature and extent of property rights in the subsurface. Schremmer joined the law faculty after six years in private practice in Wichita, Kansas. Among many other areas, Schremmer practiced all aspects of oil and gas law. While in practice, Schremmer taught courses related to oil and gas and environmental law as a lecturer at the University of Kansas School of Law and an adjunct professor at Washburn University School of Law, where he was the 2019 Adjunct Professor of the Year.

PHILIP UROFSKY is head of the global anti-corruption practice at Shearman & Sterling LLP, where he counsels Boards, companies, and individuals concerning  government investigations, internal investigations, and compliance controls with respect to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, financial sanctions regulations, and other white collar laws and regulations. Formerly the lead FCPA trial attorney at the Department of Justice, he was responsible for many FCPA investigations and prosecutions, helped negotiate the Council of Europe and OECD Conventions and was designated as the U.S. expert for the OECD Working Group on Bribery’s peer review process, and was the principal drafter of the DOJ’s Federal Principles of Corporate Prosecution (the “Holder Memo”) (although he disclaims any responsibility for what the government did with it afterwards). Mr. Urofsky writes and speaks widely on topics related to the design and implementation of compliance programs and sanctions and anti-corruption enforcement trends and patterns.