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Entries in Enforcement Policy (67)

Friday
Jun282013

Wal-Mart’s Victims, Part XIX: Why the U.S. Government Should Want the STP  

We’re in the home stretch now on this series, in which we’ve explored how the FCPA can better serve its original purpose of promoting values and building institutions in developing countries.

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Tuesday
Jun182013

U.K. opposition takes fresh look at enforcement policy

Last week, the British Labour Party, the main opposition party, published a policy review called 'Tackling Serious Fraud and White Collar Crime.'

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Tuesday
Jun182013

And people lose hope . . . 

'Corruption corrodes the public trust in countries both rich and poor . . . .

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Thursday
May232013

For corporate defendants, there will (probably) be blood

Some members of Congress are evidently concerned that corporate defendants are getting off the hook. Too many deferred- and non-prosecution agreements, and not enough criminal indictments.

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Friday
Apr262013

Come on down, Canada! It's enforcement time up north

In a terrific article for Canadian Business called 'The crackdown,' John Lorinc says that after decades of turning a blind eye, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police are going after companies that bribe foreigners.

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Thursday
Apr182013

Wal-Mart’s Victims Part IV: Enforcement’s Complicated Impact

In this series we’re talking about the FCPA’s impact on developing countries. (Those who know me know that it’s all I talk about, really. But someone's got to do it.). 

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Thursday
Apr182013

Enforcement is back (if it ever left)

Acting Assistant Attorney General Mythili Raman of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division Did someone say FCPA enforcement had slowed down? Look again.

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Wednesday
Apr172013

Wal-Mart’s Victims Part III: It’s Not a Playing Field At All

As we saw in Part II, the government has come to think that the FCPA’s chief purpose is to “level the playing field.” And much criticism of modern enforcement, especially from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, charges that it has failed to achieve that goal.

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Tuesday
Apr092013

Has enforcement really slowed down? Maybe not

Following publication last week of the Corporate Investigations List, a long-time FCPA Blog reader sent the following comment:

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Monday
Apr082013

Fox appearing in DC compliance event

Tom Fox, Contributing Editor of the FCPA BlogLater this month, our contributing editor Tom Fox will be speaking at a CLE-accredited Global Corruption, FCPA Enforcement Breakfast in the D.C Area.

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Friday
Dec072012

The FCPA versus global terrorism

Innovative uses of anti-corruption laws to fight terrorists and tyrants and companies that help them is the subject of a breakthrough article published this week by the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

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Monday
Nov262012

New guidance touts older resources

The new FCPA guidance from the DOJ and SEC recommends a couple of earlier publications from other parts of the government.

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