With the number of foreign bribery cases soaring, corporations — and their general counsel — in mergers or acquisitions are spending more time and legal resources making sure they don’t acquire a nasty prosecution along with the new business.

That’s one of the findings in Shearman and Sterling‘s semiannual report on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, entitled “Recent Trends and Patterns in FCPA Enforcement.” The report is part of the law firm’s FCPA Digest.

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