Your Competitor Bribes The Government: What Do You Do?

Law360, New York (June 20, 2012, 1:25 PM EDT) -- There are many laws in place to prevent fraud and abuse in government contracting. Some statutes prohibit government officials from accepting bribes and gratuities.[1] That doesn’t mean pay-to-play in the government contracts arena is a regular occurrence, but it happens.

What can you do when one of your competitors bribes a government official to win a government contract for which you competed? And since the briber and the bribee generally conduct their business in secret, what do you do when you find out years after the...
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