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Whistleblowers considering taking action against foreign corruption involving American officials overseas should be familiar with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Enacted in 1977, the FCPA primarily addresses allegations of bribery of foreign officials, according to Brewer & Pritchard, a Houston-based law firm that handles whistleblower cases in the U.S. and throughout the world.
The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act covers bribery allegations involving government officials or private companies. This wide-ranging law can also include foreign companies doing business in the United States. Whistleblowers who report such illegal activity routinely receive a financial reward for doing so under the terms of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Specifically, the whistleblower often receives a portion of the money - often 10 to 30 percent - recovered by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Such rewards are stipulated under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, which was enacted in 2010.
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Some examples of criminal activity covered by the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act include:
- American companies bribing foreign officials to obtain foreign business contracts.
- Overseas companies bribing American officials to obtain U.S. government contracts.
- American companies bribing American officials to obtain overseas U.S. contracts.
- American companies bribing officials to overlook illegal activity at overseas U.S. bases.
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Evidence is critical in such cases. That's why it's important you contact us as soon as possible. We can help you investigate your case while the evidence is still fresh. Often, companies or individuals that engage in such illegal activity will deny any wrongdoing or try to destroy the evidence. We can help you get the information you need to hold these companies accountable for such criminal activity.
Many corruption cases involve qui tam law. As a result, whistleblowers are often entitled to financial compensation for exposing corruption of individuals or companies. But ultimately, qui tam actions are not about the money. They're about justice, about holding people accountable for their actions.
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Complicated cases demand experienced legal representation. Make sure you have someone who knows how to handle Foreign Corrupt Practices Act cases on your side throughout the entire process, protecting your rights and your privacy. Make sure you contact Brewer & Pritchard today. Call 800-445-8710 or fill out our online inquiry form and schedule a confidential appointment.
Located in Houston and serving clients throughout the world, Brewer & Pritchard has a team of knowledgeable attorneys who thoroughly understand the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. We're also familiar with the False Claims Act, Whistleblower Protection Act and other relevant laws. If you have Brewer & Pritchard at your side, we will share our knowledge with you. That way, you can make informed legal decisions.
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