Best Practices During an FCPA Enforcement Action: The Armor Holdings NPA

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We will give some detail to the books and records scheme used by the company to disguise its bribes and then detail some of the factors listed by the DOJ in its Press Release (the NPA is not available as of the posting of this blog). These factors listed by the DOJ clearly show that a sustained, committed effort to cooperate with the DOJ and SEC in the investigation, coupled with a robust remediation program going forward can significantly help a company overcome what may appear to be clear facts which would seem to warrant a criminal penalty, in addition to a civil action.

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