FCPA Jurisdiction Clauses in Defense Contracts and a Proposal for a State-to-State Approach Alternative, Vol. 53
Jaemin Lee & I.Y. Joseph Cho †
17 Apr 2022
Coping with corruption has emerged as a critical task of the global community. In this milieu, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) is arguably an important contribution to the global fight against corruption. At the same time, however, robust application of the FCPA revealed various legal issues and problems.
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