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Entries in debarment (53)

Wednesday
Jan182012

A House of Cards Falls: Why ‘Too Big to Debar’ is All Slogan and Little Substance

No company, regardless of its size or industry, is immune from potential FCPA liability if it does business abroad. Why then, has "FCPA Sanctions: Too Big to Debar" by Drury Stevenson and Nicholas Wagoner, singled-out and declared war on large government contractors? Because it can—large government contractors are not sympathetic.

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Thursday
Oct062011

The Misguided Call For Mandatory Debarment

The U.S. Government spent nearly $538 billion dollars in Fiscal Year 2010 for goods and services provided by private contractors.

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Monday
Sep262011

Amending the FCPA: If It Ain't Broke . . . .

Only time will tell if Congress sticks with the old adage, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it," or trades it in for a new one: "If it ain't broke, don't enforce it...then fix it."

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Tuesday
May172011

BAE Fined $79 Million By State Dept, Not Debarred

The State Department yesterday entered what it called a civil settlement with BAE for alleged violations of the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) (22 C.F.R. Parts 120-130). No court action was involved.

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Tuesday
Apr192011

Was BAE Too Big To Debar?

Last March the FCPA Blog posted an article that asked: Debarment for BAE? It has been a little over a year now, and the answer of course, is no.

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