U.S. officials visited the offices of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Wednesday to discuss forthcoming guidance on enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Lanny Breuer, an assistant U.S. attorney general; Robert Khuzami, the enforcement director of the Securities and Exchange Commission; and Cameron Kerry, general counsel of the Commerce Department, all met with the Chamber’s Institute for Legal Reform, along with representatives of several trade groups, to hear them out on the foreign bribery law.
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