In a Tuesday speech, Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer spoke against "weakening" the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, but promised to release "detailed new guidance" in 2012. Lisa Rickard responded to welcome the potential clarification, but reiterated ILR's desire to see legislative modifications. [Reuters; earlier]
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