U.S. Chamber Highlights Priorities in Corporate Prosecution Reform

But rather than stress broad FCPA reform, the business lobby this year is focusing on the subsidiary issue of prosecution declinations, while also spotlighting hard-ball “exclusion” tactics used against companies in health care fraud enforcement.

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