08.03.15 | Articles
LAW vs. LORE: The Lack of Judicial Precedent in FCPA Cases
Business Crimes Bulletin
When delivering legal advice, lawyers attempt to provide informed guidance based on controlling law. Yet, when it comes to significant chunks of the white collar criminal and regulatory landscape, practitioners often are forced to provide advice based on professional “lore” derived from negotiated settlements rather than enacted laws or judicially established caselaw. In this two-part article, we discuss the lore that counsel must rely upon when tackling FCPA enforcement actions, as well as the downside of such reliance.
LAW vs. LORE: The Lack of Judicial Precedent in FCPA Cases ( LORE | 155.96 K)