By Melissa Maleske (March 25, 2015, 4:53 PM EDT) -- Corporate counsel dedicate plenty of attention and resources to Foreign Corrupt Practices Act compliance. But as companies keep pushing out new efforts to ward off public bribery within their operations, the government continues to refine the way it brandishes a statute that contains a fair amount of ambiguity. Here, experts read the tea leaves to forecast five FCPA enforcement trends advancing on general counsel.
A Broader Range of Bribes
While cash bribes to foreign ministers are the most obvious of violations, corporate counsel today know that many foreign doctors are considered government officials and that taking an official out for a...
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