Carlos Ortiz, a partner at Edwards Wildman Palmer, and Valerie Charles, an associate with the firm, write: The investigation of Las Vegas Sands for alleged violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act relating to its operations in Macau, China, likely signals that regulators may see the gaming industry - an industry already subject to a high level of government scrutiny - as an area which, by its very nature, is particularly susceptible to running afoul of the FCPA.
Minimizing FCPA Risks for the Modern Gaming Industry
New York Law Journal
April 8, 2013
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