“The risk of getting caught . . . is greater today than any point previously,” Duross said. “I think that’s kind of a no-brainer.”
Duross said he isn’t naïve about the calculus companies have to perform when deciding whether to report a potential FCPA infraction to the U.S. government. But if a company makes the disclosure on its own, he noted, the Justice Department stands ready to help.
via The Perils of Keeping FCPA Infractions Under Wraps — Corporate Counsel