Tom Fox with a great summary of the biggest FCPA stories from the first half of 2012.
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The DOJ's two-count criminal information filed in the Eastern District of Virginia charged DS&S with conspiring to violate FCPA’s anti-bribery provisions and a substantive FCPA count.
AlixPartners recently surveyed large multinationals about their compliance programs. Our goal was to better understand the ways in which companies are identifying and addressing corruption risk.
The U.K. Serious Fraud Office issued a news release on Friday 13th January stating that it has reached a civil settlement with the shareholders of Mabey Engineering (Holdings) Ltd to pay over £130,000 it received in dividends from Mabey & Johnson Ltd, its wholly owned subsidiary.
Roy Snell, CEO of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics, helps set the standards for the compliance profession.
Alexandra Wrage is the founder and president of TRACE International, a non-profit anti-corruption organization.
To the untrained eye, they often appear as scrubby derelict vagabonds, haunting the steps of administrative offices throughout the developing world.
I’d like to elaborate on Jeff Kaplan’s post on March 31, which discussed the role of Compliance and Ethics Officers in enabling their companies to respect human rights.
With the DOJ’s brief in the Lindsey Manufacturing case as a guide, defining who is or is not a foreign official in the eyes of the DOJ just became clearer.
A by-product of the type of regime changes seen recently in Tunisia and Egypt, and appearing likely in Libya, is a wave of overseas asset traces.