FCPA Violations – Only a Risk For Big Companies?
April 25, 2017
In November, J.P. Morgan paid $264 million to resolve FCPA offenses related to its “Sons and Daughters Program.” Could a small, entrepreneurial company find themselves in similar trouble? Join Kathleen Edmond and Christine Yun Sauer, to discuss how the FCPA and other anti-bribery regulations could affect your business and what you can do to mitigate risk:
- When, and how, does the FCPA apply to small and mid-sized companies?
- The increased risks of doing business outside the United States
- Activities that could lead to unintended violations of the FCPA
- How to create a FCPA compliance plan in a changing regulatory environment
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