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International Framework Agreements are collective bargaining agreements intended to set minimum labor standards across the entire operation of a multinational company, aid in establishing collective (union) representation and thereby reduce friction between labor and management. However, attorneys Douglas Darch and Christopher Burkett of Baker & McKenzie LLP say in this Bloomberg Law Insights article that IFAs can present compliance traps by triggering reporting obligations under, or even running afoul of, anti-bribery statutes.

*This publication was first published at Bloomberg BNA.

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