Mr. Bistrong, 51 years old, was released from prison in December—having done time for conspiring to bribe officials to win contracts from the United Nations and several foreign countries. (Mr. Bistrong’s former company, Armor, from which he was fired, settled allegations related to him with the Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission in 2011, paying more than $15 million in fines.) Mr. Bistrong says he now hopes he can use his experiences to make a living on the growing and lucrative business of helping companies avoid charges under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, which prohibits bribes to foreign officials to win business.
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