Brazilian Firms Brace For New Anti-Bribery Enforcement

Law360, Miami (October 30, 2013, 9:48 PM EDT) -- Multinational companies are rapidly implementing internal compliance and training programs as they brace for the impact of a recently passed Brazilian anti-bribery law, which attorneys at a Latin American legal summit said Wednesday they expect to be aggressively enforced thanks to nascent political-will to root out corruption.

Attorneys at the U.S.-Latin America Legal Summit in Miami said that though there are several uncertainties regarding how the Brazilian Anti-corruption Act will be implemented when it goes into effect in January, they expect the government will enforce the...
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