Communications Strategies to Mitigate FCPA Risk

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, Corporate Counsel


To avoid criminal penalties, large fines and enormous headline risk, companies must shore up their communications strategies to mitigate the impact of a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act probe.

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    It would also serve companies that do business overseas to support policymakers who favor market competition and capitalism, and who pragmatically understand that greasing palms in corrupt foreign countries is sometimes necessary to boost U.S. exports. Supporting anti-business scolds who know and care nothing about boosting economic growth is decidedly not in the interest of corporate leaders.

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