Readers will have access to practical guidance in navigating day‐to‐day FCPA‐related issues.
Willkie partners Martin Weinstein, Robert Meyer and Jeffrey Clark have published a newly updated landmark FCPA treatise, The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: Compliance, Investigations and Enforcement. The digital publication was published by Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory US, and is available on the VitalLaw and VitalLaw for Corporate Counsel platforms.
The resource is a comprehensive guide that addresses all aspects of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and offers practical guidance to navigate day‐to‐day FCPA‐related issues, providing legal professionals with thorough, easy‐to‐understand content on these topics in one place. The title has approximately 30 appendices, including practical forms such as sample policies and due diligence checklists, sample contractual FCPA safeguards, compliance certifications, and more.
“The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act is a business practices statute and compliance is critical for global corporations, boards, and management teams who regularly face existential legal and reputational risks from corruption threats and obstacles,” said Martin Weinstein, Chair of Willkie Farr & Gallagher’s Compliance, Investigations & Enforcement Practice and co-author of the resource. “We are thrilled to partner with Wolters Kluwer to provide an updated, comprehensive guide to all things FCPA to help legal practitioners and in‐house counsel navigate the challenges of doing business successfully and legally around the world.”
Topics covered across this resource include:
- The FCPA’s antibribery provisions and accounting provisions;
- The type of conduct for which corporations and individual officers and directors can be held civilly and criminally liable;
- How to implement a compliance program and risk mitigation measures;
- What to do when an FCPA issue arises, and more.
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