FCPA Lawyer for Anti-Corruption Compliance

Business owners and companies are more exposed to anti-corruption compliance risk than ever before. Compliance expectations have increased as global regulations and enforcement have increased. Allegations under anti-corruption and compliance laws open a company up to legal liability and other serious consequences. At JEDCA Law, P.A., our FCPA lawyer advises clients on all aspects of anti-corruption risk mitigation.

We have extensive experience handling complex matters involving the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and Latin American anti-corruption laws. We can help your company proactively comply with applicable anti-corruption laws and regulations in Florida, the United States, and Latin America.

Our Anti-Corruption Compliance Services

Our FCPA lawyer counsels and assists clients in all phases of compliance risk mitigation. The firm’s compliance services include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Conducting internal investigations to identify company-specific risks of fraud, bribery, and other forms of corruption
  • Developing and implementing internal anti-corruption programs to mitigate risks
  • Evaluating, adapting, and improving existing policies to comply with applicable laws of the company’s operating jurisdictions
  • Conducting anti-corruption training and compliance program implementation
  • Conducting due diligence and counseling clients on anti-corruption matters related to mergers, acquisitions, and partnerships
  • Monitoring compliance with anti-corruption laws and government agreements

We Help Latin American Clients Expand Business Operations to Florida and the United States

Our FCPA attorney advises Latin American business owners and companies on anti-corruption laws regarding their expansion and operations in Florida and the United States. We help our Latin American clients adapt their local policies and procedures to comply with United States laws and procedures, including compliance with the following:

  • FCPA
  • Sanctions
  • Anti-terrorism
  • Anti-money laundering (AML) rules

Additionally, we help our clients avoid penalties and sanctions in the United States for their operations and activities abroad.

We Help U.S. and European Clients Expand Business Operations to Latin America

A large part of our anti-corruption compliance practice is advising multinational clients from the United States and Europe about their business operations in Latin America. In Europe, in particular, we have helped clients from France, Germany, Spain, and the United Kingdom with complex projects to develop their anti-corruption policies in their expansion to Latin America.

We are well-versed in Latin American laws, especially compliance regulations in Venezuela, Mexico, Colombia, and Brazil. We have extensive experience developing policies for anti-corruption, Know Your Client (KYC), AML, and sanctions compliance. Our team also provides internal compliance investigations and training to our multinational clients to avoid penalties and sanctions.

Why Is Working with an Anti-Corruption Compliance Lawyer Important?

Often, companies conflict with governments in outside jurisdictions due to failure to comply with local and federal regulations. Compliance failures can result in crippling consequences for a company, including, but not limited to:

  • Government investigations
  • Sanctions
  • Litigation
  • Reputational damage

Without a deep understanding of local laws and regulations, companies can quickly get embroiled in company misconduct disputes that may affect operations across multiple markets. Working with a professional to identify and address potential risks early can protect your company from disrupted operations, financial and legal liability, and reputational damage.

Schedule a Free Initial Consultation With Our FCPA Lawyer

Contact JEDCA Law, P.A. today to assist you with anti-corruption compliance. We have more than 25 years of experience helping companies with their business and corporate needs. We can ensure that you comply with current laws to avoid unwanted fines and penalties.

You can schedule an appointment with us online for an in-person consultation or a video meeting. If you would like to inquire with us first, please call our office at +1 (561) 717.6989 or fill out our online contact form, and we will be in touch with you soon.