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As we become a truly global economy with cross-border operations being conducted by companies in every industry, the attendant exposure to corruption risks increase. Accordingly, every corporate executive and professional now needs to be cognizant of these risks and the diverse laws in this area.
Authored by Mayer Brown lawyers practicing in the firm’s Global Anticorruption and FCPA practice throughout our offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, Asia, Latin America and Continental Europe, this 230-page guide offers an overview of the most relevant global anticorruption laws and regulations.
An on-point, relevant, go-to resource for lawyers and compliance professionals, the guide is designed to:
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