Publication Provides Practical Suggestions and Steps to Enable Corporations and their Law Firm Advisors to Work Together to Develop Effective Compliance Programs
Houston (Vocus) July 17, 2009—Responding to the challenges confronting corporate legal departments today in ensuring global anti-corruption compliance, Lex Mundi has compiled and published Best Practices in Preventing Fraud and Corruption in a Global Business. Developed by Lex Mundi member firms around the globe, in collaboration with in-house counsel and members of the Lex Mundi Client Advisory Council, Best Practices in Preventing Fraud and Corruption in a Global Business provides practical suggestions and steps to enable corporations and their law firm advisors to work together to develop effective compliance programs to avoid, detect and remedy wrongdoing, especially fraud and corruption.
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Lex Mundi Press Release, July 17, 2009
Best Practices in Preventing Fraud and Corruption in a Global Business, Working Together: In-House Lawyers and External Counsel.