DOJ To Continue FCPA Pilot Program While Reviewing Results

By Jody Godoy (March 10, 2017, 10:54 AM EST) -- A U.S. Department of Justice official said on Friday that the agency's pilot program that encourages companies to proactively disclose and remediate potential Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations will not expire in April but will continue while the agency considers the program's record and how it could be tweaked.

Kenneth Blanco, acting assistant attorney general for the DOJ's Criminal Division, said the program, which rewards defendants for being upfront and cooperative with the DOJ and thorough in fixing foreign bribery shortfalls, will stay in place for as long as it takes the DOJ to complete its review. The program was scheduled...

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