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Guía de referencia sobre el U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act [Ley de Prácticas Corruptas en el Extranjero de los EE. UU.] Segunda edición

FCPA enforcement authorities at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) published the 2nd edition Spanish-language version of
"A Resource Guide to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practice Act".
First released in November 2012 and updated in July 2020, the FCPA Resource Guide has proven to be a useful guide to help companies understand corruption risks and
ways to prevent or mitigate FCPA violations, navigate FCPA investigations, and benchmark their compliance programs against DOJ and SEC expectations.
This non-English version of the FCPA Resource Guide shows the DOJ’s and SEC’s continued interest in the Latin America region.

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DOJ Remarks at the Ethics and Compliance Initiative IMPACT Conference

Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General Marshall Miller discussed the Justice Department’s corporate criminal enforcement priorities, with a focus on
the increasing intersection of corporate crime and national security and the department’s commitment to consistency and transparency in their corporate enforcement work.
The U.S. Department of Justice is finding an increasing number of dangerous violations of national security laws in "unexpected places," and
company executives should reassess corporate risks accordingly.