Cleaning up corruption in the business

The GC acts as that classic figurehead of the summer: the lifeguard

Erin E. Harrison, InsideCounsel Editor-in-Chief

At this time of year, it's natural to be optimistic, to think of the bright, cheery side of business, rather than the sordid underbelly.

But that dark side of business is where many compliance professionals operate, and they—and their general counsel colleagues—are forced to deal with the worst aspects of corruption and graft. These days, we hear more and more stories about major multinational corporations coming under fire for violating policies such as the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).

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Erin E. Harrison

Erin E. Harrison is the Editor in Chief of InsideCounsel magazine. Harrison’s professional background includes extensive expertise in both print and online media, highlighted by...

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