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A Roundup Of FCPA Or Related Articles About COVID-19

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This recent post discussed how the COVID-19 crisis (and potential Foreign Corrupt Practices Act implications as a result of the crisis) once again demonstrates the difference between the FCPA (the statute as written by Congress and interpreted by courts) and the FCPA as enforced by the DOJ and/or SEC.

This post rounds up other FCPA or related articles regarding COVID-19.

Addressing Anti-Corruption Risks From the Coronavirus (March 4th)

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The Difference Between The FCPA (The Statute) And The FCPA As Enforced During The COVID-19 Crisis

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Many people, not surprisingly, view current events through the lens of their profession. Indeed, there have been some thoughtful pieces written about the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act as the COVID-19 crisis unfolds. (See here, here, here and here).

Some of these articles have focused on the FCPA risks of moving product across borders, interacting with customs and border officials, and/or interactions with “foreign officials” in connection with licensing, permitting, and other regulatory issues.

My own two cents on FCPA issues in the midst of COVID-19 is that it once again demonstrates the difference between the FCPA (the statute as written by Congress and interpreted by courts) and the FCPA as enforced by the DOJ and/or SEC. (See herehere, and here for prior similar posts).

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