Travel and Entertainment Guidance from the DOJ

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Yesterday I had a guest post by thebriberyact.com guys about some of the thoughts by David Green, the head of the UK Serious Fraud Office, on travel and entertainment under the Bribery Act. I had a comment along the lines that the statements by Green were nothing new in the way of guidance about what is required or allowed under the Bribery Act. Based on this comment I thought it might be an appropriate time to review Department Of Justice (DOJ) Opinion Releases on travel and lodging expenses for government officials to discuss this area of a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) compliance program.

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