Latin Lawyer anti-corruption & investigations conference: limiting corruption risk in M&A

No board member wants to stand in front of a government authority and admit the business its company has just bought was involved in gross misconduct that went undetected throughout the transactional due diligence process. How should lawyers act when presented with potential corruption liabilities in a client’s acquisition target? This question was one of the topics explored in a session dedicated to limiting corruption risk in M&A deals.

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