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FCPA and Anti-Corruption

From FCPA compliance to investigations and enforcement actions, we provide comprehensive counsel and effective defense strategies.

Anti-corruption enforcement is a serious legal risk for global businesses, impacting investments and trade. Led by former federal prosecutors experienced in high-profile corruption and export control prosecutions, Holland & Hart advises on US anti-corruption laws, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and controls found in the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). We deftly manage the interplay of US and non-US corruption controls on client conduct and enforcement action defense in the United States and elsewhere. 

Representing some of the world's largest multinational companies in mining, defense services, agribusiness, and renewable energy, we design anti-corruption and anti-bribery compliance programs that minimize violations risks, conduct internal investigations into alleged violations, and advise on voluntary disclosure. Utilizing mitigation and remedial measures, we help clients resolve matters with minimal legal exposure. 

As special counsel to public and private companies, we investigate and assess noncompliance allegations and defend them in enforcement actions. Knowing corruption, bribery, and fraud matters often intersect with other legal issues, including anti-money laundering controls, trade sanctions, and export controls, we take a holistic approach so our recommended solutions work across issues, concerns, and jurisdictions. 


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