Compliance Challenges in India: Why Your Program May Not Translate: Part 2

09 September 2016 Compliance & Ethics Publication
Authors: David W. Simon

Compliance & Ethics

Partner David Simon was featured in a Compliance & Ethics article, “Compliance Challenges in India: Why Your Program May Not Translate: Part 2.” The article previewed an upcoming Compliance & Ethics Institute session, where Simon is featured as a panelist, and walked through a scenario of a company’s India market strategy involving independent sales representatives allegedly taking bribes. Simon provided insight and recommended next steps from an outside counsel perspective. He said, “I would likely recommend pulling and reviewing all related government sales contracts, conducting a forensic accounting review of the payments associated with them and conducting interviews of the sales representative himself and any involved employees in an attempt to identify inappropriate payments or improper influence.”

To read more about part 1, click here.


Voting in the Age of COVID-19
26 October 2020
Coronavirus Resource Center:Back to Business
401(k) Fee Lawsuits: What Can a Plan Sponsor Do?
26 October 2020
Labor & Employment Law Perspectives
Department of Defense Formally Implements Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification Requirements for Department of Defense Contractors
26 October 2020
Legal News: Government Procurement
FinCEN Takes Action Against Bitcoin Mixer for Violating the Bank Secrecy Act
26 October 2020
Legal News: Government Enforcement Defense & Investigations