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Coming Clean

August 12, 2014, CDR News

Covington partner Tammy Albarrán is quoted regarding Brazil’s anti-bribery law, known as the Clean Companies Act, which imposes civil and administrative liability for a range of corruption-related offenses:

“A company can be held strictly liable for any act of a director, officer, employee or agent that benefits the company without establishing any individual’s liability or that such a person acted with ‘corrupt intent’,” explains Covington & Burling partner Tammy Albarrán, who leads her firm’s anti-corruption group’s Latin America practice.

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