Corporate donors involved in the recovery and development of post-conflict countries usually engage with local NGOs. In an ideal world, those partnerships — marriages of convenience to comply with legal restrictions placed on work permits, property ownership, and so on — would function seamlessly, and the last thing on anybody’s mind would be the FCPA.… Continue Reading
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The U.S. legal system doesn’t provide for an FCPA compliance defense, which would relieve a company of liability for FCPA violations if it can prove that it created and maintained an effective FCPA compliance program at the time the violation occurred.… Continue Reading
The curious case of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s government structure is a direct product of U.S. involvement in the Dayton Peace Agreement which ended the war there in 1995.