- Law Against Corruption and Public Illicit Enrichment, Law No. 8422: Costa Rica criminalizes domestic bribery of public officials and corruption of foreign public officials.
- Responsibility of Legal Persons for Acts of Domestic Bribery, Foreign Bribery, and Other Crimes, Law No. 9699: Costa Rica holds private and public companies, including state-owned enterprises and foreign companies that do business in Costa Rica liable for corruption-related criminal offenses committed by employees or third parties acting on a company’s behalf.
- Inter-American Convention Against Corruption: Obligates subscribing nations to implement criminal sanctions for corruption and implies a series of follow-up actions.
- Integrity, Transparency, and Anticorruption Prosecution Unit (Fiscalía Adjunta de Probidad, Transparencia y Anticorrupción) of the Public Prosecution Service (Ministerio Publico)
- Office of Public Ethics of the Attorney General’s Office (Procuraduría General de la República)
- The COVID-19 Landscape in Latin America, Over a Year Later Anti-Corruption Report
- The Proliferation of Text and App-Based Messaging
- Costa Rica Enacts Corporate Criminal Liability for Acts of Bribery; Enforcement May Soon Follow
- Podcast: International Risks Facing Companies in Latin America
- Anti-Corruption Report: OECD Working Group on Bribery Assessing the Performance of Colombia and Costa Rica
- Latin America Initiative on ropesgray.com