Linklaters Contributes to Chambers’ 2019 U.S. Anti-Corruption Guide

Linklaters has authored the “USA—Law and Practice” chapter for Chambers & Partners’ 2019 Global Practice Guide to Anti-Corruption. The guide focuses on the practical legal issues affecting businesses across the globe and enables in-house counsel to compare anti-corruption legislation across a range of key jurisdictions.
For each guide, Chambers & Partners selects highly ranked lawyers who are recognized as leaders in their field to provide local expertise on the issues. Linklaters U.S. Partners Douglas Tween, Adam Lurie, Matt Axelrod, and Doug Davison were selected as the contributing editors for the U.S. chapter.
The “USA—Law and Practice” anti-corruption guide examines the current state of anti-bribery and anti-corruption law in the U.S. and provides valuable insights into enforcement policies, trends and possible future developments.
Linklaters’ Anti-Corruption team is comprised of five partners in the U.S. and over 50 globally. It is active in government investigations, white-collar crime, and competition/antitrust matters. The team focuses on complex, high-stakes issues that threaten the business and reputation of banks, major corporates and global institutions, providing a seamless, dedicated dispute resolution and crisis management capability across the firm’s global offices.
The Chambers & Partners’ 2019 Global Practice Guide to Anti-Corruption available in print, as well as online.                                                                                                                                                                                                  
Download a PDF of the U.S. Chapter here, courtesy of Chambers & Partners.