Regulatory: U.S. Travel Act joins FCPA on the compliance main stage

Commercial bribery as the new DOJ target

What is the Travel Act?

For some years now, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) has ranked as a top source of compliance headaches. But just as the FCPA enforcers finally appear (for now, at least) to be slightly slowing their relentless pace, a new case out of the Eastern District of New York promises to finally propel the FCPA’s long-time fellow-traveler—the U.S. Travel Act—out of the FCPA’s shadow.

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T. Markus Funk

T. Markus Funk is a White Collar Defense and Internal Investigations partner at Perkins Coie, where he co-heads the firm’s Corporate Social Responsibility...

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Michael Sink

Michael A. Sink is a Privacy and Security counsel at Perkins Coie where he advises various clients on advertising, antitrust, intellectual property, privacy and...

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