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ANALYSIS: Disclosing FCPA investigations. A public company undergoing an internal or governmental FCPA investigation must make decisions as to whether, when, and how to disclose it. The authors discuss the collateral consequences of disclosure and the use of risk-factor disclosures before any specific problem arises.
ANALYSIS: Stryker Corporation pays substantial penalties for books and records and internal controls violations of a subsidiary. This case also highlights the many (often creative) forms a bribe can take on a company's books and records
Clifford Chance ANALYSIS: With the UK's new Bribery Act 2010 now in force, and with the intensified focus on corruption by authori...
ANALYSIS: With the UK's new Bribery Act 2010 now in force, and with the intensified focus on corruption by authorities across the globe, the demand for anti-bribery preventative measures has become much broader. As enforcement spreads, the business community has recognized that the lack of a robust anti-bribery compliance program will affect their bottom line directly, including the value realized from corporate acquisitions and disposals.