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Cheng Explores US Regulatory Interest in Chinese Bribery十月 28, 2016
O’Melveny partner Ron Cheng authored the October 28, 2016, Forbes.com column “A Chinese Company Bribes a Chinese Official: Does the US Care?” In the piece, Cheng considers whether the US Department of Justice or Securities and Exchange Commission would try to exercise FCPA jurisdiction over a foreign company that isn’t listed on a US stock exchange but does have US operations for an alleged bribe overseas. Read the full column here.
Cheng handles both anti-corruption and data security and privacy matters and is co-located in Hong Kong and Los Angeles. He is one of very few Mandarin-speaking attorneys with experience in both US and Chinese criminal law enforcement.
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