Recent Opinion Releases from DOJ Provide Guidance with Respect to Due Diligence and Anti-Corruption Controls for Third-Party Relationships

Financial Fraud Law Report

January 2011

Recent opinions from the Department of Justice underscore the importance of establishing an appropriate due diligence process in undertaking foreign business relationships, and provide guidance as to the types of due diligence inquiries and anti-corruption controls that may be called for depending on the circumstances.




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