A June 1 article published by Corporate Counsel examines the U.S. Department of Justice FCPA Pilot Program and reports that corporations are continuing to seek clarity from DOJ when it comes to reporting potential violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). The article “Companies Seek More Clarity in FCPA Pilot Program” quotes government enforcement partner Ryan Rohlfsen, who has handled self-reporting under the FCPA Pilot Program. Mr. Rohlfsen notes that the program is evolving, and that the Justice Department’s creation of the framework has continued to initiate important conversations regarding self-disclosure.
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