On 15 December, an article from BLG Advocates in Canada outlined some of the key differences between the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and the Canadian Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act (CFPOA). It says that while US companies with a Canadian footprint tend to focus almost exclusively on the FCPA when assessing their foreign corruption law risk, Canada’s foreign corruption law, the CFPOA, is similar to the FCPA in many respects, but there are critical differences that such companies should take into account. Examples of the differences are that under the Canadian law only criminal cases can be brought and the jurisdiction of the Canadian law is narrower.
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