How to Prepare for the Possibility of a Dawn Raid in India

Dawn raids – unannounced visits by government agents, usually occurring early in the morning or on weekends, that are used to collect evidence in support of a law enforcement investigation – are a rarity in U.S. antitrust enforcement but they are becoming more common in Asian countries, particularly India. In a guest article, David Simon, a partner at Foley & Lardner, Samudra Sarangi, a partner at Panag & Babu, and Michelle Freeman, an associate at Foley, explain the increased risk of being targeted for an antitrust dawn raid in India and offer suggestions on how to minimize their impact. See “Tailoring Compliance Efforts to Address Challenges in India” (Feb. 1, 2017).

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