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Alex Oh Quoted in the Anti-Corruption Report

December 16, 2020

Litigation partner Alex Oh was quoted in an article, “2020 in Review: Big FCPA Numbers Despite a Pandemic,” published by the Anti-Corruption Report. The article reviews and examines anti-corruption efforts in 2020, including the pandemic effect, what big settlement numbers mean for companies, and what to expect from the new administration in January.

Once the new administration appoints leadership at key enforcement agencies, and subsequently gets oriented, the Report predicts a flurry of activity in FCPA enforcement and compliance. However, “at a minimum, it will be some time before the dust settles and the new DOJ and SEC leadership issues new or additional guidance impacting how a company’s compliance program will be evaluated in the FCPA context.”

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