3 Lessons From Canada's First 'FCPA' Trial

Law360, New York (October 01, 2013, 2:10 PM ET) -- The frequency and scope of international law enforcement cooperation has increased markedly in recent years. Although such cooperation has slowly emerged for decades, the recent explosion of cooperation has been facilitated in large part by the expansion of instantaneous international communications, stationing abroad of FBI and other federal agents from various U.S. law enforcement agencies, and international consensus and cooperation in defining certain criminal conduct.

Now more than ever, if your company receives a knock on the door from U.S. investigators or regulators regarding alleged violations...
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