Bracing For A Life Sciences Enforcement Zeitgeist: Part 1

Law360, New York (November 2, 2017, 12:54 PM EDT) -- Once upon a time, almost a decade ago to be precise, German multinational companies were at the forefront of the global anti-corruption discourse, with Siemens AG, the Germany-based global industrial manufacturer, dominating headlines and the public's attention after it paid $800 million to German prosecutors and an equal $800 million to U.S. prosecutors to settle allegations that the company bribed government officials. Since the time of that landmark case, there have been numerous developments on the global anti-corruption stage, and other companies and other countries that have dominated the unwanted headlines once occupied by German prosecutors and Siemens.

However, in early...

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