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Toward an Interest Group Theory of Foreign Anti-Corruption Laws
Sean J. Griffith & Thomas H. Lee · University of Illinois Law Review · August 20, 2019

This article explains observed patterns of enactment and enforcement of foreign anti-corruption laws and generates predictions concerning the efficacy of such laws based on the extraterritorial operations of multi-national businesses. It also suggests a limitation on the spread of such laws into countries with few or no multinational corporations and, therefore, no realistic extraterritorial enforcement risk.


  • FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT ALERT
    July 8, 2020

    DOJ and SEC Release Second Edition of A Resource Guide to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
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  • FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT ARTICLE
    February 28, 2020

    United States v. Hoskins—District Court Rejects DOJ’s Attempt to Expand Extraterritorial Reach of FCPA Through Agency Liability
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S&C CRITICAL INSIGHTS: DEVELOPING A ROBUST MULTI-NATIONAL COMPLIANCE PROGRAM · SEP 16, 2020


Litigation partner Brendan Cullen and special counsel Tony Lewis discuss key considerations for companies in building and sustaining an effective compliance program. They provide an overview of guidance from U.S. enforcement agencies, including the DOJ and OFAC; explore issues that can arise for companies with multi-national operations; and conclude with a few best practices.