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.