All posts by Gregory P. Bufithis, Esq.

As the economy tanks, legal outsourcing to India increases

As the ailing U.S. economy prompts companies to cut costs, it also has spawned legal fee cutbacks. Clients pressure law firms they hire to trim fees. That means more routine work like legal research, due

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Larger Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Fines Ahead

From: The National Law Journal, November 25, 2008 The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission expects in the next two to six months to slap larger penalties than in the past on a number of companies that

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The “Foreign Corrupt Practices Act” Seizes the Spotlight

From:, November 9, 2008 In the fervor of conducting trade globally, U.S. companies may inadvertently expose themselves to risk by having inadequate policies, procedures, and monitoring controls

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A Primer on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

For an excellent primer on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act from the Pennsylvania Litigation Blog  click here.

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India Lures Corporate Outsourcing

From: The National Law Journal, October 15, 2008 While you might expect the production of a button-down shirt to be outsourced to Guadalajara, most lawyers would not expect their caseloads to be shipped

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A Post About Ethics Rules, Offshoring and Mark-Ups on Contract Attorney Fees

From Carolyn Elefant of Legal Blog Watch: “Do state ethics codes deter offshoring of legal services to India, therefore enabling U.S. firms to charge higher prices for services? And should firms

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