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The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Mexico

The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act is a United States Federal law enacted in 1974 to create transparency and prevent bribery for U.S.-based corporations conducting business overseas.

3 Top Takeaways: Anti-Corruption in Mexico

Kilpatrick Townsend partner Adria Perez recently spoke on a panel with other thought leaders at the annual “Doing Business in Mexico” seminar which was offered by the Association of Corporate Counsel and Kilpatrick Townsend....more

For US Employers Operating in Mexico, Anti-Corruption Compliance Now is a Multi-Jurisdictional Obligation

by Fisher Phillips on

For several decades, US employers operating in Mexico (or anywhere else around the globe, for that matter) have been subject to – and, therefore, should be aware of – the tenets of the federal Foreign Corrupt Practices Act...more

Significant Changes In Anti-Bribery Laws In Mexico And Colombia Signal A New Commitment To Anti-Corruption Efforts

by Morgan Lewis on

For companies with global operations, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) is no longer the only anticorruption law of significance. Mexico and Colombia recently enacted sweeping anti-corruption legislation aimed at...more

Top Ten International Anti-Corruption Developments for March 2017

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

In order to provide an overview for busy in-house counsel and compliance professionals, we summarize below some of the most important international anti-corruption developments from the past month, with links to primary...more

Dentons' pick of global regulatory trends to watch in 2017 - Anti-corruption

by Dentons on

Focus on the US - Anti-corruption enforcement in the United States has changed dramatically in the past year and its future remains unclear. What direction will Attorney General Jeff Sessions take the US Department of...more

FCPA Recidivists: Orthofix (Part II of II)

by Michael Volkov on

In its continuing quest to push the message of aggressive FCPA enforcement, the SEC resolved FCPA charges against Orthofix, a medical device company, for $6 million in penalties and disgorgement. In a related action, the SEC...more

FCPA Recidivists: Zimmer Biomet (Part I of II)

by Michael Volkov on

The drug and medical device industries have been taking it on the FCPA chin for years. The risk factors in the international marketplace are significant – healthcare professionals are normally government employees; government...more

Teva FCPA Enforcement Action – Part II

by Thomas Fox on

Yesterday, I began an exploration of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement action involving Teva Pharmaceuticals Industries Ltd. (Teva). It was brought jointly by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Securities...more

T’Was the Week After Christmas: General Cable and Mexico Aviation FCPA Prosecutions

by Michael Volkov on

You know this has been a big year in FCPA enforcement when DOJ and the SEC announce two FCPA settlements during the usually sleepy week between Christmas and New Years. And what a year it has been – more to follow in my...more

Teva FCPA Enforcement Action-Part I

by Thomas Fox on

Just when you were thinking things could not get any bigger after the Odebrecht/Braskem Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement action, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)...more

ISO 37001: Why Your Anti-Corruption Policy Needs to Go Global

by Michael Volkov on

Ten years ago the standard anticorruption policy was nearly exclusively FCPA-focused. DOJ and SEC enforcement actions were the primary, if not the only, concern for corporate executives and board members. The UK Bribery Act...more

Top Ten International Anti-Corruption Developments for July 2016

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

In order to provide an overview for busy in-house counsel and compliance professionals, we summarize below some of the most important international anti-corruption developments from the past month, with links to primary...more

Five Key Takeaways from Key Energy’s SEC FCPA Settlement

by Michael Volkov on

The SEC, last week, announced its $5 million settlement with Key Energy. As always, FCPA settlements contain important examples of enforcement priorities and policies. Key Energy’s recent settlement is an example of the...more

Key Energy FCPA Resolution – Part III

by Thomas Fox on

This week I have been exploring the Key Energy, Inc. (Key Energy) Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement action. Today, I want to consider the actions taken by Key Energy to obtain the very good resolution the...more

Farewell to R2D2 and Key Energy FCPA Resolution – Part II

by Thomas Fox on

Yesterday I began a what I thought would be a two-part series on the Key Energy, Inc. (Key Energy) Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement action. However (and as usual), I got carried away so today I will review the...more

Farewell to John Saunders and Welcome to Key Energy FCPA Resolution – Part I

by Thomas Fox on

John Saunders died last week. He was a reporter at ESPN and the host of the Sunday talking heads show, the Sports Reporters. The tributes for Saunders came from far and wide. By all accounts, he was one of the most beloved...more

Top Ten International Anti-Corruption Developments for June 2016

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

In order to provide an overview for busy in-house counsel and compliance professionals, we summarize below some of the most important international anti-corruption developments from the past month, with links to primary...more

Global Trends in Anti-Corruption Legislation: Mexico to Ramp up Enforcement Activity

by Kirton McConkie PC on

U.S. federal prosecutors recently investigated Wal-Mart de Mexico, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.’s largest foreign subsidiary, for alleged violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). The FCPA is a U.S. criminal statute...more

Never Let Them See You Coming—Keys to Setting Up Witnesses Interviews In An Internal Investigation

“So you are the great lawyer I’ve been told about!  But, you are so young!  I was expecting an old lawyer.” With those words, the silver-haired senior-level executive of the customs broker I was investigating for bribery let...more

Delaware Supreme Court Rules That Privileged Documents Must Be Produced To Shareholders Investigating Corporate Misconduct

by Bracewell LLP on

The Delaware Supreme Court recently held that, in certain circumstances, shareholders may be able to obtain access to privileged, internal documents in order to investigate potential breaches of fiduciary duty. In Wal-Mart...more

The Whole World Is Watching Mexico In the Fight Against Corruption

by Thomas Fox on

I have written about business solutions to legal problems, such as the FCPA, in the energy industry here in Houston. Noted compliance practitioner Scott Killingsworth made similar observations on compliance covenants in...more

Citibank: Multiple Failure of Compliance as the Hammer Drops

by Thomas Fox on

What is the cost of the failure to perform appropriate due diligence on a regular basis? What red flags should you look for when considering doing business with a customer...more

The Ides Of March And Evaluation Of Compliance Risk

by Thomas Fox on

Tomorrow, March 15 is enshrined as one of the most famous days of all-time, the “Ides of March”. On this day in 44 BC, the “Dictator for Life” Julius Caesar was assassinated by a group of Roman nobleman who did not want...more

New Energy Opportunities in Mexico Raise FCPA, Anti-Bribery Risks

by McDermott Will & Emery on

Sweeping reforms across Mexico’s oil, gas and electric markets promise more opportunities for the private sector and increased investment from international firms. However, U.S. companies looking to enter this market will...more

FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report-Episode 30-Interview with the FCPA Professor-Part 2

by Thomas Fox on

This episode 30 is Part 2 of my interview with the FCPA Professor. ...more

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