December 16, 2016
Of the myriad laws imperiled by Donald Trump's election, few keep lawyers busier than the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. For more than a dozen years, since the Sarbanes-Oxley Act ramped up disclosure and the U.S. Department of Justice staffed up its fraud section, the U.S. has vigorously played the role of global corruption cop. Can America remain an apostle of integrity under Trump? Opinion is divided.
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