Announcing New Lessons on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

A briefcase full of cash. An envelope stuffed with crisp hundred-dollar bills. A sly handshake to inconspicuously give someone money.

In movies and TV, bribes and corrupt business practices are often portrayed in cut-and-dry ways. It’s clear when something is a bribe. But in reality, it’s not always so obvious.

For example, you may be familiar with companies taking clients to sporting events in fancy corporate box seats as a way of courting their business. That might generally be a fine business practice, but careful if that client is someone connected to a foreign government — it could be seen as a bribe, and it could open you up to liability under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, or FCPA.

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