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March 12, 2012

DOJ gripped by “culture of overzealousness” on FCPA

“We are seeing companies getting scooped up in aggressive enforcement actions and investigations,” ILR president Lisa A. Rickard told the New York Times about the Justice Department’s controversial crackdown on possible FCPA violations.  Recent FCPA cases have been dismissed for prosecutorial misconduct and lack of evidence, and in February the department abruptly withdrew its largest ever FCPA case.

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