Self-reporting: what anti-corruption enforcers can learn from antitrust
Recent changes to how corruption is prosecuted, including a shift towards pursuing individuals, means there may now be more opportunity to use leniency programmes to encourage self-reporting of bribery, say Jane Shvets, Tim McIver, Erica Weisgerber and Andrew Lee at Debevoise & Plimpton.
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