Tag Archives: FCPA

Anti-corruption Holiday Traditions

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The Mid-Autumn Festival is coming and mooncakes will soon be given to Chinese family, friends, and colleagues to demonstrate appreciation for these individuals’ generosity throughout the year. Most will exchange delicious mooncakes during the Mid-Autumn Festival with the purest of intentions. However, the holiday also provides an opportunity for individuals with less admirable intentions to…

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Weekend Reading: the FCPA Bible

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If you’re like me, you just can’t get enough of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). I supplement my reading of FCPA law journal articles with FCPA anecdotes from multinationals, blog posts, newsletters . . . heck, even FCPA fan fiction, television series, movies and off-color haiku verse. So I was very pleased to…

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Is U.S. Anti-corruption Enforcement Too Tough?

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Anti-corruption laws are tough to avoid when you’re doing business overseas, but instead of governments relaxing enforcement, perhaps enterprises should step up compliance programs.