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Six FCPA Red Flags Missed by Key Energy in Mexico

When U.S. enforcement officials review fact patterns related to FCPA violations, they do so with the benefit of 20/20 hindsight. At the time that the violation occurs, however, in the context of a fast-paced business environment, certain red flags might not stand out. Transactions in the moment might not seem as questionable as they do […]

Author: Matteson Ellis

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FCPAméricas Interviews The Chair of the OECD Working Group on Bribery

Drago Kos, the Chair of the OECD Working Group on Bribery, leads the Group in its monitoring and evaluation of the laws implementing the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention by its Parties. He recently told FCPAméricas what to expect about the Phase 4 Evaluation (previous phases are discussed here), where Latin America fits in the fight of […]

Author: Carlos Ayres

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Miller & Chevalier Releases Results of 2016 Latin America Corruption Survey

Despite more than three-quarters of businesspeople indicating that their country’s anti-corruption laws are ineffective, the 2016 Latin America Corruption Survey released by Miller & Chevalier Chartered and 13 partner firms shows marked signs of regionwide improvement in corporate compliance measures. In April and May 2016, Miller & Chevalier and 13 Latin American partner firms distributed […]

Author: Matteson Ellis

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Mexico National Anticorruption System Becomes Law

Guest post by Jonathan Adams, a partner at Baker & McKenzie in Mexico City. On July 18, President Enrique Peña Nieto signed into law the implementing legislation for the Mexican National Anticorruption System. The newly minted laws include the General Law for the National Anticorruption System; the Organic Law for the Federal Tribunal on Administrative […]

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Mexico Update: Great Strides in Corporate Criminal Liability and Transparency

Guest post by Jonathan Adams a partner at Baker & McKenzie in Mexico City The Mexican House of Representatives approved on April 28 of this year a criminal reform bill that modifies ten major laws in Mexico. For the first time in Mexican history, this bill establishes direct criminal liability for companies at the Federal […]

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