Understanding the Interplay Between Mexican and U.S. Anti-Corruption Laws

Operating in Mexico while also subject to U.S. laws requires a nuanced understanding of the differences between how the two jurisdictions approach anti-corruption enforcement. During a Strafford presentation, Matteson Ellis, a member of Miller & Chevalier, and Carlos Chávez, a partner at Galicia Abogados, explained how Mexico is updating its approach to anti-corruption enforcement, highlighted the differences between U.S. and Mexican law and reviewed both countries’ compliance expectations. For more from Ellis and Chávez on this subject, see “Staying Up-to-Date on the Slow Implementation of Mexico’s Anti-Corruption Legislation” (Jan. 10, 2018).

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