Fcpa Actions

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) Information for Whistleblowers 1-800-934-2921

You may be entitled to collect Millions of Dollars by anonymously reporting Bribery at your company to the DOJ/SEC.

Under United States law corporations are prohibited from giving anything of value to foreign officials in exchange for contracts, licenses or other business opportunities. Recent changes in the law empower any person who is aware of such an exchange to report it and potentially collect a reward worth millions of dollars. In 2010 the US government collected about $1.5 Billion in FCPA claims.

Our law firm is among the first in the country to have filed claims with the SEC under the revised FCPA on behalf of individuals with knowledge of bribery. These claims are against some of the largest corporations in the world. We represent people throughout the United States, Asia, Africa and Europe who have come forward with knowledge of FCPA violations.

The new law authorizes the SEC to reward those who expose corruption from between 10% - 30% of any amount recovered over $1 million dollars.

Industries where FCPA cases are commonly found include: Telecommunications, Defense, Aerospace, Infrastructure Contracts, Pharmaceutical, Agriculture, Oil and Gas

If you know about bribery, Corruption, Exchanges, Speed Payments, Facilitating Payments, Suspicious no matter what your position or role obtain a free initial consultation from our experienced FCPA whistleblower attorneys.

FCPA Whistleblower: You will get:
Protection and anonymity during litigation
High Level Knowledge and Connections within the legal community.
High quality submission to the SEC/DOJ.
Greatly increased chances of receiving cash reward.

Report Bribery and Corruption.

Call our Law Firm: 1-800-934-2921 ask for Attorney Bill Kyros

For complete info about the cat and new law visit our Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) Reporting Center

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