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Ethical questions from running

Tom Fox | March 13, 2017

While The Man From FCPA often considers those individuals and companies who step over the legal line of laws such as the FCPA or U.K. Bribery Act, there is another dimension to the compliance and ethics discussion. Sometimes the question is not can you do something, but whether you should do something. This question was recently raised in an area far afield from the FCPA but one which does consider ethics more often: long-distance running. More obliquely, it was not regarding performance-enhancing drugs but was in the category of equipment, specifically footwear. 

Reports have raised the question of whether new Nike footwear, which is scheduled to be released June and is monikered the Zoom, will violate standards set forth by the International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF). The issue is around the light...

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