Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Enforcement as Seen through Wal-Mart's Potential Exposure
Southern Illinois University School of Law
September 12, 2012
White Collar Crime Report, Vol. 7, 2012
High-profile instances of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act scrutiny focus attention on the law and its enforcement across a broad spectrum. In spring 2012, arguably the most high-profile instance of scrutiny in the FCPA’s 35-year history occurred as Wal-Mart’s alleged conduct in Mexico dominated the news cycle. Wal-Mart’s scrutiny has been instructive in many ways at a key point in time for the FCPA. This article uses Wal-Mart’s potential FCPA exposure as a prism to view the current FCPA enforcement environment.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 8
Keywords: FCPA, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Wal-MartAccepted Paper Series
Date posted: September 13, 2012
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