Understanding Anti-Corruption Issues in Latin America: An In-Depth Look at Recent Developments and Upcoming Trends (Aspatore Special Report)
Publisher: Thomson West, Aspatore Books (July 1, 2010)
Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub
Size: 8.9 MB
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Political and private sector corruption and bribery have been growing concerns throughout Latin America. As clients increasingly seek legal assistance for cross-border transactions and compliance programs, attorneys must stay on top of emerging forms of corruption, changing legislation, and risk exposure. What types of corruption are most common in the Latin American region, and what is motivating these issues? How have Latin American governments responded? What role do lawyers play as corruption trends are addressed and new rules enforced? Understanding Anti-Corruption Issues in Latin America provides feedback from some of the region's leading legal minds on the trends in corruption and bribery in Latin America and the governmental response to these issues. These experts discuss the changes to anticorruption enforcement and the steps attorneys can take to assist clients with adapting to new regulation and procedures. This report offers readers an on-the-spot look at this issue as it continues to unfold.
1. Rodrigo Callejas A., Partner, Carillo y Asociados- "Central American Anti-Corruption Efforts with a focus on Guatemala"
2. Michael Diaz Jr., Managing Partner, Diaz, Reus & Targ LLP- "Fighting Fraud and Corruption in Latin America: A Guide for Assisting Corporations, Financial Institutions, and Their Officers and Directors"
3. Jose Maria Figuerero, Senior Partner, Fontan Balestra & Asociados- "An Analysis of Corrupt Practices in Latin America"