Jun 01, 2015 ACC DocketVolume 33
, Number 5
, Page 38
By Kristen Collier Wright, Wally Dietz and Lindsey Fetzer
The FCPA and other anti-corruption laws in the United States have international businesses paying close attention to creating and maintaining effective compliance programs. Failure to do so can bring long, invasive investigations and fines and penalties topping $100 million. There’s no cookie-cutter method to success at preventing, detecting and remediating violations since companies, markets and relationships differ. Some basic fundamentals can help limit the risks of running afoul of the law.
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