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Paying Bribes Abroad Will Get You in Hot Water in the US

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3 Author(s)
Brian M. Gaff ; Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP ; Stephen G. Huggard ; Gregory W. Carey

Because of its broad and ambiguous language, the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act prohibits much more conduct than most people might think. Given its international nature, every company in the computing industry - from hardware manufacturers to component suppliers to companies seeking patents outside the US - must ensure they're doing all they can to comply with the FCPA, especially given the demand for computer technology and services in many countries that are hotbeds of corruption.

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Computer  (Volume:46 ,  Issue: 2 )