Gabon Sting Judge Assails Lack of ‘Adult Supervison’ Over Collapsed FCPA Case

But Judge Richard Leon also cautioned against drawing “sweeping conclusions” about overall Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement from one case, in remarks made during a panel discussion.

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