The International Fight Against Corruption: What's Working, What's Not Working, and What Will Work?

12.04.12
Location: Washington, D.C.
On December 4, 2012, Homer E. Moyer, Jr. and James G. Tillen will join other notable international anti-corruption professionals in Washington, D.C. to present a full-day conference entitled "The International Fight Against Corruption: What's Working, What's Not Working, and What Will Work?" The program will focus on a range of compliance topics, including anti-corruption origins and evolution and how the private sector is responding to increased regulatory enforcement. The event is sponsored by the George Washington University Law School and the Anti-Corruption Committee and North American Forum of the International Bar Association, in cooperation with the Anti-Corruption Committee of the American Bar Association.
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