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Bribery in International Commerce

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Format: Book - hardbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2003-2021
Service #: 40096311
Sub #: 40096314
Pages: 890
Shelf Space: 2 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated twice yearly
Update format: Pocket parts

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Bribery in International Commerce

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In Bribery in International Commerce, a former assistant U.S. attorney discusses all aspects of bribery in international commerce. This treatise provides especially useful guidance to accountants, executive officers, and corporate counsel for international corporations by offering information on proper corporate governance and bribery detection and prevention programs.

It examines:

  • The definition of the crime under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)
  • Persons subject to the act
  • Available defenses
  • Potential liability for related white collar crimes (e.g., tax evasion, wire fraud, RICO violations, etc.)
  • International agreements, conventions, and standards concerning bribery in international commerce
  • The Dodd-Frank Consumer Protection Act's effect on FCPA violation reporting responsibilities

The text also includes several citations to, and explanations of, unpublished settlement decisions with the SEC, DOJ, and other enforcement agencies.