German engineering company Bilfinger has launched an internal probe into its Brazilian subsidiary over suspected bribery concerning last year’s FIFA World Cup, becoming the first foreign company to be embroiled in allegations relating to the games.
The Brazilian government has approved regulations for the country’s administrative anti-corruption law, including details on penalty calculations and leniency agreements.
Chief compliance officers (CCOs) should be more involved in business matters, says a survey by conference organiser Consero.
Three Latin American members of international HR lawyers’ group Ius Laboris examine whistleblowing legislation across the continent.
Luiz Barretti tells LACCA about the importance of working closely with the operations team.
Joaquín Idoyaga tells LACCA how he implemented the Sarbanes-Oxley reforms
LACCA presents its independent research into the compensation packages received by in-house counsel throughout throughout the US and Latin America.
Lawyers seeking a better work/life balance have traditionally looked to in-house positions, but are shorter hours always a guarantee of higher employee satisfaction? LACCA takes a deeper look into the results of its Salary Survey 2015 and finds out that a fulfilling in-house role is about much more than spending more time out of the office.
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