B.A., University of Vermont, J.D. Harvard Law School
William Steinman is a senior parter at Steinman & Rodgers LLP, a boutique firm in Washington, D.C. specializing in international anti-corruption law. Mr. Steinman has been providing advice to multinational companies regarding the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (the "FCPA") for over sixteen years, and is considered to be one of the leading FCPA lawyers in the United States. Prior to the establishment of Steinman & Rodgers LLP, Mr. Steinman was the chair of the international practice group at a major U.S. law firm.
Mr. Steinman's practice focuses primarily on FCPA issues in the defense and aerospace industry and is considered an authority on the engagement of overseas sales representatives, consultants and distributors/resellers. He is also frequently called upon to assist clients with respect to internal investigations and compliance reviews. In addition to his work in the anti-corruption field, Mr. Steinman regularly advises clients in the negotiation and fulfillment of foreign offset requirements, including compliance with the Feingold Amendment. He has also represented foreign sovereigns in West Africa and the Caribbean Basin regarding anti-corruption and development matters.