Buchanan Litigation shareholder Matthew J. Feeley offered commentary on limiting liability under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in the March 5, 2012 edition of the Daily Business Review, an American Lawyer Media publication.
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In the special report, Feeley noted that "U.S. companies are able to manage the risk of successor liability by implementing rigorous pre-acquisition due diligence and post-acquisition FCPA compliance and integration programs." Feeley also outlined possible limitations to and risk associated with successor liability, and offered deal valuation strategies that help account for due diligence findings.
More from Feeley: "From the Experts: Complying with the FCPA, Staying Competitive in China," Corporate Counsel