Risk-Specific and Evolving FCPA Compliance Programs

From the Experts

, Corporate Counsel


Simply instituting a compliance program, without occasional review of the program, is not a strategy that will be well-received by regulators should a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violation occur.

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  • ColorBlindJustice

    All U.S. companies will stand a better chance of avoiding FCPA prosecutions just as soon as the Obammunists are out of office. For, presumably, no actual grown-up elected to the presidency could possibly sanction such vigorous prosecution of these cases and still wonder why export growth is so disappointing. When in Rome, junior, you have to do as the Romans do or you won't make the sale.

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