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Hogan Lovells' Global Bribery and Corruption Review 2013 Expects Increased Enforcement and Cooperation

Peter S. Spivack

Peter S. Spivack,

Washington, D.C.

Jeremy Cole

Jeremy Cole,

London

Michael Roberts

Michael Roberts,

London

Stuart Altman

21 February 2014
The global effort to combat bribery and corruption continued to grow throughout 2013, from the United States to the United Kingdom, Latin America to Asia, and many places in between.
Hogan Lovells' Global Bribery and Corruption Review 2013 Expects Increased Enforcement and Cooperation

The Hogan Lovells Bribery and Corruption Task Force has released its fourth annual review of the latest developments in anti-bribery and corruption regulation and enforcement around the world. A key finding from this year's review is that the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have made enforcement actions against individuals the clear priority, while simultaneously rewarding organizations and individuals for self-disclosing corrupt activities.

The full Global Bribery and Corruption Review 2013 can be found here.

Peter S. Spivack

Peter S. Spivack,

Washington, D.C.

Jeremy Cole

Jeremy Cole,

London

Michael Roberts

Michael Roberts,

London

Stuart Altman

Ukraine and Russia Sanctions Developments

The European Union (EU) and the United States (U.S.) have now both taken targeted action to address the evolving situation in Ukraine. These measures do not impose restrictions on Ukraine...

20 March 2014
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