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What the C-Suite Needs to Know About FCPA Prosecutions

In 2017, the Justice Department charged 20 people with FCPA violations — the second-highest single-year total since the law’s passage in 1977, according to a new study by Arent Fox.

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Sally Yates, whose namesake U.S. Department of Justice memo stressed the need to hold individuals accountable for corporate misconduct, was fired last year in the early days of the Trump administration. But the former deputy attorney general’s spirit appears to have lived on in the department’s enforcement of the federal law that prohibits bribing foreign officials for business.

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