Foreign Corrupt Practices Act 2017 Year-End Update

Alerts / March 8, 2018

2017 marked the fortieth anniversary of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and showed continued robust enforcement against both individuals and companies by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Our year-end update tracks major developments in FCPA enforcement trends, as well as enforcement actions, settlements, prosecutions and declinations. With more than 900 lawyers and a seasoned core FCPA practice team that has handled cases around the world, we understand the unique challenges facing companies operating in high-risk environments.

Accordingly, we are pleased to offer this update to help educate your company on the latest FCPA developments. We look forward to answering any questions or concerns you have about these significant developments in FCPA enforcement, compliance and defense.

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act 2017  Year-End Update 

Authorship credit: John J. Carney, George Stamboulidis, Jonathan R. Barr, Patrick Hannon, Margaret E. Hirce, Marco Molina, Andrew M. Serrao, Elias D. Trahanas, Lauren P. Berglin, Bari R. Nadworny, Kendall E. Wangsgard, Allison M. Rochford, Panida A. Pollawit and Susrut A. Carpenter.

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