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Set forth below are the topics discussed this week on FCPA Professor.
FCPA Professor has been the place to visit this month for in-depth 2017 FCPA enforcement statistics as well as comparisons to historical statistics. If you missed the daily posts, no worries. This post consolidates in one place the statistics recently published on FCPA Professor.
As highlighted in this post, much of the largeness of 2017 FCPA enforcement resulted from corporate enforcement actions against foreign companies from OECD Convention countries. In such instances, should the U.S. simply back away because of the related foreign law enforcement action?
Is it appropriate for FCPA lawyers to publicly butter-up and bestow glowing superlatives on the public enforcement officials who have a huge amount of discretion over matters affecting their clients? See this post for an example.
How much do you know about the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act? Let’s find out in this week’s FCPA challenge.
This post poses the question: do corruption rankings actually tell you things you don’t already know?
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