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Entries by Andrew Reichardt (6)


Is the FCPA a testosterone thing?

As the New Year kicks into full swing, I decided to take a retrospective look at the last several years of individual FCPA enforcement actions. Looking through on a year-to-year basis, a not entirely surprising trend began to emerge: the number of men prosecuted by the Department of Justice for violations of the FCPA outnumbered women. What was shocking however was the immense disparity: Men made up an astounding 96.7% of all defendants since January 2008.

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The perils of blowing the whistle

The FCPA Blog recently covered the plight of whistleblower and former U.N. diplomat James Wasserstrom, who was forced from his job after cooperating with an internal investigation of corruption by U.N. officials.

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Will we see coordinated enforcement of the FCPA and PATRIOT Act?

Since 9/11, a great deal of attention has been given to the ways in which anti-bribery laws can combat terrorist financing.

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Author discusses future of global anti-graft enforcement

Last week I had the pleasure of attending Global Financial Integrity’s panel discussion and book launch for Laurence Cockcroft’s Global Corruption: Money, Power, and Ethics in the Modern World.

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Launch in D.C. for anti-corruption book

Click image to view book on AmazonOn Tuesday, February 12, Global Financial Integrity will host a book launch and panel discussion on Corruption, Development and Democracy.

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Generation Y: Will college cheating lead to future bribery?

In September of this year, the New York Times published an article entitled “Studies Find More Students Cheating, With High Achievers No Exception.”

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