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FCPA Blog Daily News

Wednesday
Dec202017

Michael Johnston: Relying on ‘political will’ to fight corruption is magical thinking

Corruption control is difficult enough without falling back on magical thinking. By that I mean assuming that A will cause B, without specifying any causal connections between the two. A closely-related fallacy is the notion that naming an idea creates something real. A bit of reflection on these problems may help us understand why checking corruption continues to be so difficult.

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Wednesday
Dec202017

Andy Spalding: But what can I do before a violation occurs?

By almost any measure, the new FCPA enforcement policy is an important and positive development. Tom Fox, Bill Steinman, George Terwilliger, and others both here and beyond have noted as much, and I rise in concurrence.

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Tuesday
Dec192017

White House: Fighting overseas graft still top U.S. priority

Official White House PhotoThe White House yesterday released a national security paper defining U.S. interests and affirming the fight against corruption as a cornerstone of American foreign policy.

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Tuesday
Dec192017

Richard Bistrong on VW’s Oliver Schmidt: From ‘diesel therapy’ to deportation

Earlier this month, Oliver Schmidt, 48, a German citizen and the former general manager of Volkswagen AG’s U.S. Environment and Engineering Office, was sentenced to 84 months in prison for helping VW cheat on diesel emissions tests and covering up the scheme.

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Tuesday
Dec192017

Someone had to be the first FCPA defendant

A headline in the Washington Post on August 3, 1979 said: "Justice Department Wins First Victory Under Foreign Corrupt Practices Act."

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Monday
Dec182017

John Bray: Dealing with the penalties of NOT paying bribes

Complaints about perceived high levels of corruption in Indonesia are a constant topic in both business circles and in everyday social conversation. But how does the country compare with its neighbours? And what can companies and individuals do to address the problem? Two recent international surveys offer valuable insights.

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Monday
Dec182017

TI's Corruption Perceptions Index plays role in SEC risk warnings

FCPA investigations and enforcement actions can deeply damage companies of all sizes. Issuers -- those filing periodic reports to the SEC -- warn investors constantly about the risks that corruption can cause.

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Monday
Dec182017

Job: Compliance Program Manager / Apparel & Advanced Textiles

Job Title: Compliance Program Manager / Apparel & Advanced Textiles

Employer: INVISTA

Location: Wilmington, Delaware USA

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Friday
Dec152017

Feds: Dunkin’ Donuts operator bribed Massachusetts politician with . . . . . coffee

A federal indictment against a former Massachusetts state senator alleges he took hundred of pounds of coffee from a Dunkin' Donuts franchise owner in exchange for help fighting legislation over the pooling of employee tips.

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Friday
Dec152017

Two IberiaBank whistleblowers split $2.3 million

Two former employees of Louisiana-based IberiaBank were awarded more than $2.3 million Friday when the bank settled allegations that its mortgage unit made false claims for federal loan guarantees.

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Friday
Dec152017

Job: Legal and Compliance Program Manager

Job Title: Legal and Compliance Program Manager

Employer: Masimo

Location: Irvine, California USA

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Friday
Dec152017

Barbara Brooks Kimmel: America's most trusted companies ‘beat the street’

Since Trust Across America began our annual reporting in 2013, every “Top Ten” list has outperformed the S&P 500 on a one-year basis. That's true again for 2017, as we reported this week.

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