Do you have information about the bribery of a foreign official?

Bribing a foreign official violates the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

Recent changes to the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) allow individuals to potentially collect millions of dollars by reporting corruption in US companies or any company traded on US exchanges. If you know of any improper payments, offers, or gifts made by a company to obtain an advantage in a business overseas report it confidentially to our attorneys. 

  • The FCPA covers improper payments to foreign officials broadly defined as any and all government employees, officials or agents, and any person who works for a state owned business.
  • The FCPA under its record keeping provisions also makes it illegal for companies to make payments of any kind not properly accounted for on the books.
  • The US government can fine companies up to 2 Million dollars for each violation of the law. Thus for each payment made and for each false record there may be a fine levied even if the payments are small.

Reporting acts of Foreign Bribery may entitle you to receive financial compensation, potentially millions of dollars.

New changes in US laws now allow individuals reporting FCPA violations to receive full protection from retaliation and collect upto 30% of the fines that the government collects. In 2010 the US government collected over $1.5 Billion dollars in FCPA fines.

Report Foreign Bribery here.

Our attorneys are currently representing bribery whistleblowers throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and North America. Complete the secure form on this page or call 1-800-934-2921 for a free no obligation consultation with a lawyer.