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Juan Morillo, Quinn Emanuel; Ruti Smithline, Morrison & Foerster; Matteson Ellis, Miller & Chevalier and Maria González Calvet, Ropes & Gray. (Latinvex collage)
FCPA enforcement declined last year, but Latin America remains the key region.
BY JOACHIM BAMRUD
After a slow year in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement, experts believe this year will see an uptick, with a focus on Latin America and notably in Central America.
Latin America remains the top region, accounting for half of all cases.
Latinvex asked four experts about how they view the outlook for FCPA cases in Latin America this year. Our panel:
Maria González Calvet, Co-chair of the Global Anti-Corruption and International Risk Practice and Latin America Initiative, Ropes & Gray
Juan Morillo, Co-Chair of the White Collar and Corporate Investigations Practice, Quinn Emanuel
Ruti Smithline, Co-Chair of Investigations + White Collar Criminal Defense Group and Co-Chair of Latin America Desk, Morrison & Foerster
Keywords: Brazil, Central America, Corruption, FCPA, Latin America, Miller & Chevalier, Morrison & Foerster, Quinn Emanuel, Ropes & Gray
LATIN AMERICA FCPA OUTLOOK
LATIN AMERICA OUTLOOK