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In Law360, Ropes & Gray Attorneys Examine The ‘Caldwell Doctrine,’ which Predicts Increased FCPA Enforcement, Use of the FCPA for U.S. Foreign Policy Objectives

Practices: Anti-Corruption / International Risk, Business & Commercial Litigation, Government Enforcement / White Collar Criminal Defense, Litigation

In a Nov. 6 article published by Law360, Ropes & Gray attorneys examine a speech at Duke University Law School, in which Assistant Attorney General Leslie Caldwell suggests the U.S. Department of Justice’s enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) has not remotely reached an apex. The article, authored by government enforcement partner Aaron Katz, and government enforcement associate Patrick Welsh (all of Boston), also examines how the ‘Caldwell Doctrine’ characterizes the DOJ’s enforcement of the FCPA as a broader foreign policy tool. 

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