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Editor: D. Daniel Sokol
University of Florida
Levin College of Law

Monday, August 21, 2017

Interface between the Brazilian Antitrust, Anti-Corruption, and Criminal Organization Laws: The Leniency Agreements

Denis Alves Guimaraes, The Catholic University of Brasilia - UCB examines the Interface between the Brazilian Antitrust, Anti-Corruption, and Criminal Organization Laws: The Leniency Agreements.

ABSTRACT: Since the enactment of the new Anti-corruption Law, the interaction between the antitrust and anti-corruption leniency regimes has attracted the attention of policy makers. More recently, the emergence of Operation Car Wash ("operação lava jato"), one of the biggest corruption scandals of all time, has established a need to more closely analyze the criminal leniency regime under the Criminal Organization Law. Following an introduction, the paper addresses the most significant challenges brought by the interface between administrative antitrust, administrative anti-corruption, and criminal legislation: the issues related to the enforcement of the leniency agreements. The conclusion reinforces the importance of the antitrust, anti-corruption, and criminal authorities working together to reach the best practices that could lead to an optimum enforcement of the three leniency regimes.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/antitrustprof_blog/2017/08/interface-between-the-brazilian-antitrust-anti-corruption-and-criminal-organization-laws-the-lenienc.html

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