Anti-corruption counsel must keep pace with local laws to help in-house teams, say lawyers
As more countries enact anti-bribery laws, in-house lawyers are increasingly struggling to handle the complexity and frequency with which anti-corruption investigations are launched, says a global survey, requiring external counsel to offer more specialised advice on sensitive investigations and new areas of legislation such as data privacy.
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