NFL Training Camps Open: Is The FCPA Political Football Season Upon Us?


I have often wondered who Mike Volkov refers to when he derisively uses the term “FCPA Paparazzi”. I would have to assume he uses it for folks who comment upon the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) in a public manner but do not know what they are talking about. However, I could not figure who on earth Mike might be talking about, at least until now. On Monday, the FCPA Professor, who assuredly does know what he is talking about, had a guest blog by Rajat Soni, where he asked the question “Politically Speaking-Is the FCPA Doomed in the Next Five to Seven Years?” Perhaps Soni was simply inspired by the US Presidential race to make claims which have no basis in fact. Whatever the reason, I found his piece to be so far from reality as to be worse than laughable.

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