Attorneys: Managing risk allows midsize firms to compete in conflict zones

06/12/2013 | Mondaq (free registration)

Midsize companies that do business in "failed states" and other foreign conflict zones can reduce their risk of civil and criminal liability by taking steps to ensure that all contracts are sufficiently protected and can be enforced without resorting to expensive and time-consuming litigation, according to lawyers. Among many recommendations are creating a program that addresses ethical and compliance issues that can arise abroad and carefully vetting potential subcontractors and employee contracts to head off disputes.

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