Big law firm associates who put together Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) bulletins for firm clients just got the weekend off. This year, the Stanford Law School built a database with Sullivan & Cromwell LLP to showcase FCPA statistics through its Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Clearinghouse. Despite being late to this game, Stanford’s database is impressive.

Readers of this column have been inundated with FCPA data for years. While we all love free information, Stanford’s FCPA database matters because it is visual and updated in real time. You don’t have to wait for that quarterly or annual email about whether FCPA cases are up or down—you can now satisfy your urge for FCPA data immediately. Need a cool chart for a presentation? Stanford has you covered. Need a synopsis of the latest case? It’s one click away. How about an FCPA Top 10 list? Stanford has them all. Here are some examples that would make Letterman blush:

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