Law360, New York (July 17, 2013, 12:35 PM EDT) -- The millions of Brazilians protesting in recent weeks in cities and towns across Brazil have brought important and far-reaching corruption reform to one of the world’s largest economies. The implications for companies operating in Brazil will come fast, and will include incentives to operate an effective compliance program and establish a control environment that will detect potential wrongdoing inside a corporation.
Protests Highlight Corruption Concerns and Need for Reform
Protesters initially cited a bus fare increase as the motive for their ire. Yet as days passed,...
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