Getting Along With FCPA Investigations

Law360, New York (September 22, 2009, 12:56 PM EDT) -- With the recent spike in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act-related activity, organizations that conduct cross-border transactions, or have international staff, agents or offices, need to be aware of the potential impact this act has on legal investigative processes.

Presently, corporate counsel may well be in the throes of responding to executive-level concerns about their companies compliance programs and, if they are not, they are very likely to be just around the corner from having to do so.

Considering FCPA alone, since January 2006, more than 30 actions...
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