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Avoiding the cost of noncompliance: A discussion with Michael Shepard

SEPTEMBER 2015

Corporate Counsel Connect

From harm to company reputation to actual financial fines levied, recent Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement actions confirm that noncompliance can be incredibly costly. For regulated companies, regulators are turning more attention to the internal controls designed to prevent and detect corruption. While enforcement actions typically have been aimed toward the financial institutions, it seems more and more companies outside of that sector are feeling the brunt of investigations and fines. Corporate Counsel Connect spoke with Michael Shepard of Hogan Lovells to learn more about the state of corruption, what corporate counsel across industries should be looking for, and how to create an environment of compliance.

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