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Entries in Gifts (6)

Monday
Nov262018

Are U.S. colleges and universities complying with the FCPA? 

Many initial discussions of the FCPA with the leadership of U.S. colleges and universities (Schools) begin with something like the following:

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Monday
Feb262018

Teradata FCPA investigation ends with double declination

Teradata Corporation said in an SEC filing Friday that the FCPA investigation into gifts and travel expenses at a subsidiary in Turkey has ended and the company won't face an enforcement action.

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Tuesday
Aug082017

MTS Systems says FCPA probes have ended

Minnesota-based MTS Systems Corporation said Monday that FCPA investigations related to China and Korea are complete and the DOJ and SEC aren't bringing enforcement actions.

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Thursday
May012014

Avon ‘reaches understanding’ to pay $135 million for FCPA settlement

Beauty products company Avon said Thursday it has "reached an understanding" with the DOJ and SEC for settlement of FCPA offenses.

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Thursday
Apr242014

SEC recommends action against Qualcomm

Qualcomm Inc, the world’s biggest mobile chipmaker, could face a FCPA enforcement action over alleged bribery to officials in China’s state-owned firms, the company disclosed in an SEC filing Wednesday.

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Tuesday
Sep102013

Cameo Corruption, Part II: Valuating a Film Role

In the first post of this series, I talked about the possibility that political cameos, if used abroad, might serve as an alternative method of corruption. It makes sense to begin the inquiry by valuating a cameo. After all, if a brief appearance on screen isn’t worth much, then it’s unlikely to induce a foreign official to abuse her discretion.

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