Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)

For the last several years, the number of corporate prosecutions and SEC civil actions alleging violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act has been on the rise. In this increasingly global economy, companies need to ensure that their practices dealing with countries overseas do not trigger any criminal liability. Rosenberg Martin Greenberg can represent companies and their employees in grand jury investigations and SEC actions pertaining to possible FCPA violations. The experience of the firm’s lawyers leading criminal investigations as prosecutors is also invaluable for a company seeking to conduct a thorough internal investigation of possible criminal actions on the part of its employees.

If you are seeking assistance with a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act legal matter, please contact Steve Levin at slevin@rosenbergmartin.com.


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