From the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) to the EU’s Data Privacy ruling, compliance is an issue at the top of agendas for enterprises worldwide. Among the high-profile legislation redefining compliance is the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and a paper by legal software provider Mitratech discusses how legal departments can lower business risks as compliance challenges continue to increase.

Titled “At the Intersection of Legal and Compliance: The Opportunity for General Counsel to Meet Increasingly Complex Compliance Requirements and Lower Business Risk,” the paper outlines for legal departments ways in which it can arrange controls, policies and organization structure to lower the risks posted to its business by an increase in complexity as related to compliance. The data compiled for its analysis is the result of a survey spanning various industries as well as a Mitratech case study contrasting two high profile FCPA violation cases.

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