Bribery Cases Against SNC-Lavalin and Its Executive End With Mixed Results for Canadian Enforcement

The long-running Canadian SNC Lavalin bribery case has ended with a guilty plea to one count of fraud for a subsidiary and an eight-and-a-half year prison sentence for an executive. As Mark Coakley of our sister publication Policy and Regulatory Report (PaRR) reports in a guest article, the case sends mixed signals for the future of Canadian anti-corruption enforcement, which has yet to see a DPA. See “DPAs Go North: Modernizing Bribery and Corruption Enforcement in Canada” (Jul. 11, 2018).

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