FCPA Update — anti-corruption compliance in 2013: post-guidance trends and signals for the future
Debevoise & Plimption has published its FCPA Update for January 2013. The lead article concerns anti-corruption compliance in 2013, focusing on trends and signals for the future.
- Overview of corporate and individual enforcement actions in 2013
- Key observations relating to 2013 enforcement actions
- Major corporate resolutions of 2013
- Individual resolutions of 2013
- The FCPA guidance: lessons from the first year
- Developments outside the US
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