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FCPA Enforcement and Anti-Corruption Developments - 2019 Year in Review

January 24, 2020 Download PDF

The record-breaking corporate penalties assessed in FCPA cases last year by the DOJ and the SEC signal that U.S. authorities remain committed to continued, vigorous enforcement of anti-corruption laws and to multi-jurisdictional coordination. In this annual review, we reflect on the most significant anti-corruption and FCPA enforcement and policy trends of 2019 and share our insights on developing U.S. and global anti-corruption efforts in 2020.

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