Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in Mexico


Mexico is the third largest trading partner of the United States. Corruption seems to permeate all levels of government, and bribery is part of conducting business in Mexico. As a result, doing business in and with Mexico raises significant concern for U.S. companies.

Recent enforcement activity aimed toward Mexico operations demonstrates the importance for companies to have and implement a comprehensive FCPA compliance program. Companies that conduct business in Mexico must take steps to minimize the risk of FCPA violations.

James Tillen will speak as part of this 90-minute webinar, sponsored by Strafford Publications.  The panel will provide attendees with an overview of the risk factors of FCPA violations in Mexico, lessons learned from recent enforcement action, and best practices for mitigating the risk of FCPA violations.

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