Law360 published an article co-authored by a Chicago and Washington, D.C. based litigation team including business & securities litigation partner Nicholas Berg and government enforcement counsel Samantha Badlam. The authors examine Mexico’s anti-corruption enforcement regime, the National Anti-Corruption System (NAS), in light of the recent resignation of the country’s attorney general, Raúl Cervantes.
The authors write that Cervantes’ resignation signals a potential victory for a broad coalition of anti-corruption activists in their demands for a truly independent prosecutor — a central pillar of Mexico’s anti-corruption reform efforts.
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