Last Week’s FCPA Decision In The Govt’s Favor Is A Limited Setback For Subjects Of Federal Corruption Inquiries

The ruling is not a whole-hearted endorsement of DOJ’s broad interpretation of the FCPA’s definition of “foreign official.” The judge did not rule that employees of state-owned entities necessarily fall within the definition of “foreign official.” Rather, he merely left open the possibility that employees of state-owned entities – depending on the specific facts in play – will be “foreign officials.”

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