Cross-Border Caution: It’s Time to Get Serious About Anti-Corruption Compliance
Canada’s enforcement of its cross-border anti-corruption laws was, until 2013, relatively lax. But in the last four years, the federal government has strengthened Canada’s anti-corruption laws and ramped up its enforcement of them. It’s critical that Canadian companies doing business internationally, particularly with foreign governments, know the legal risks that Canada’s anti-corruption laws pose and take steps to mitigate those risks – or bear the potentially significant consequences of breaching them. Join McInnes Cooper’s Gary Scales for a discussion of Canada’s anti-corruption legal regime and why and how to implement an anti-corruption compliance program at this year’s Sea to Sky 2017: PEI Aerospace, Defence and Marine Conference.
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