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FCPA Violations and Cases

FCPA Violations and Cases

The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 was created to punish companies and people seeking to make payments and/or bribes to government officials in foreign countries as a means to secure and retain business. FCPA anti-bribery provisions, amended in 1998, has become pivotal in eliminating corruption and FCPA violations between domestic businesses and foreign governments.

Browse our growing database of United States Department of Justice and/or Securities and Exchange Commission FCPA violations and cases by year.