On February 12, 2015, the New York fashion week begins. Unlike other industries, the fashion industry has not yet been targeted by the US enforcers. But that doesn’t mean that the industry is free of corruption risks and immune from potential FCPA enforcement actions. Thomas Firestone and Lina Braude (Baker & McKenzie Washington DC) have published an article on the FCPA Blog which highlights the key risks for the fashion industry and provides recommendations on how to mitigate these risks. The main risks are: 1. Gifts and Hospitality 2. Customs and Logistics 3. Real Estate 4. Trade Based Money Laundering 5. Forced Labor in the Supply Chain. Click here to read the full article.

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