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FCPA Blog Daily News

Tuesday
May292018

Job: Director of Investigations and Risk Mitigation

Job Title: Director of Investigations and Risk Mitigation

Employer: Arconic

Location: Pittsburgh, PA, Cleveland, OH or Fairfax County, VA USA

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Tuesday
May292018

Julie DiMauro: What can we learn from employee reimbursement program disasters?

The streak of expense-claim abuses that reportedly caused some 200 employees to lose their jobs at Fidelity Investments may be familiar to the many firms that offer partial reimbursement for expenses such as computers and accessories or fitness memberships and equipment.

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Tuesday
May292018

U.S. to ZTE: Hire American compliance officers

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said a deal the Administration has reached with China's ZTE to restore its U.S. trading rights includes creating a new compliance department that's staffed with American compliance officers.

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Tuesday
May292018

Job: Financial Advisory Services Senior Vice President

Job Title: Financial Advisory Services Senior Vice President

Employer: AlixPartners, LLP

Location: New York, NY USA

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Monday
May282018

Memorial Day: When the flowers are in bloom

It likely began as spontaneous gatherings during the Civil War or soon after the war ended in 1865.

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Friday
May252018

Dr. Klaus Moosmayer: The private sector can and must make a difference in the fight against corruption

On May 23rd, the President of the General Assembly of the United Nations held a high-level debate in the General Assembly to mark the fifteenth anniversary of the Assembly’s adoption of the United Nations Convention against Corruption.

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Friday
May252018

Two more charged in Rolls Royce bribe case

The DOJ Thursday charged a former Armenian ambassador and a Russian national with being part of a bribery scheme to help an Ohio-based unit of Rolls Royce win an overseas pipeline contract.

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Thursday
May242018

Illya Antonenko: Some good news today about the GDPR and anti-bribery due diligence

We at TRACE have written extensively about our concern that Article 10 of the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) presents an obstacle to anti-bribery due diligence of third parties, which is a necessary component of any corporate compliance program under the FCPA and other transnational anti-corruption laws (here, here, here, and here).

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Thursday
May242018

Lindsay Columbo: U.S.-EU dispute over Iran sanctions traps companies in legal abyss

The White House announced on May 8 that the United States would pull out of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and reinstate sanctions on Iran to address that country's nuclear program.

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Wednesday
May232018

Joseph Pozsgai-Alvarez on the judiciary: Do ethics programs create corruption?

We've all heard the question before: Does corruption work as grease in the wheels or as sand?

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Wednesday
May232018

Brackett and Earley: DOJ enforcement policy announcements provide promising guidance

In a series of key policy announcements between November 2017 and May 2018, the Department of Justice has demonstrated an increasingly coherent perspective on how it will handle key aspects of white collar criminal enforcement.

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Tuesday
May222018

Is China trying to corrupt the UN?

Last week, Ng Lap Seng, a billionaire real estate developer from Macau, was sentenced to four years in federal prison for bribing two UN bigshots.

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