Posts Tagged: corrupt intent
On December 19, the Justice Department published FCPA Opinion Procedure Release No. 13-01, ruling that a law firm partner could pay some medical expenses of foreign official’s daughter.
The lawyer’s firm billed the foreign country over $2 million for the past 18 months, and expects to bill the same amount in 2014.… Continue Reading
This is the fourth of five posts looking at Hollywood’s practice of giving film cameos to politicians and how this practice would play in an FCPA context.
Even if a filmmaker gives value to a foreign official by offering the official a film role in exchange for an unfair business advantage, the FCPA will not apply without corrupt intent.… Continue Reading