The most recent corruption mega-scandal is built on eight school-style spiral notebooks belonging to a federal government driver in Buenos Aires who filled them with the details of 12 years’ worth of payments he delivered to government officials in Argentina in connection with public works contracts. In a guest article, Barrick Gold’s Jonathan Drimmer and Argentinian attorney Guillermo Jorge, a partner at Bruchou, Fernandez Madero & Lombardi, discuss the most recent developments in the Notebooks scandal and how companies should respond. See “Will the Notebooks Scandal Be Argentina’s Operation Car Wash?” (Nov. 14, 2018).

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