09.30.21 | Articles, Books & Journals
Restitution in FCPA Cases: Who Is a Victim of Foreign Corruption?
Investigations of FCPA violations have been a big part of white-collar practice in recent years. Central to defending the targets of FCPA investigations is finding a path to a fair and final resolution. If the resolution includes a guilty plea, one of the many issues that arises is restitution to victims of the foreign corruption. In this article in the latest issue of the Anti-Corruption Report, “Restitution in FCPA Cases: Who is a Victim of Foreign Corruption?,” we discuss court decisions that address the circumstances under which a defendant convicted of an FCPA violation may be required to pay restitution.
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