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Entries in Merger (5)

Monday
Oct312016

Scott Moritz: How much M&A due diligence is enough?

When a company merges with or acquires another company, the successor company risks assuming the predecessor company’s liabilities, including any FCPA violations that occurred prior to the merger.

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Wednesday
Mar092016

Kroll and Ethisphere Report: Compliance officers have that sinking feeling

Kroll and Ethisphere released their 2016 Anti-Bribery and Corruption Benchmarking Report Wednesday.

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Monday
Jun012015

Survey: Enforcement drives compliance, and whistleblowers rise

AlixPartners recently conducted its annual anticorruption survey which looked at the impact corruption has on corporate and economic growth. In particular, we explored the ways companies are identifying corruption risk and the steps they're taking to deal with the risks.

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Thursday
Feb142013

Breuer conducts FCPA rountable on the West Coast in final official trip

Lanny Breuer, left, and Dwight C. Holton at February 13, 2013 FCPA roundable in SeattleAssistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer engaged business leaders in a lively FCPA roundtable Wednesday at an event I hosted along with Brad Smith, General Counsel of Microsoft. As the Chief of the Criminal Division, Breuer leads DOJ’s enforcement efforts under the FCPA.

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Monday
Sep242012

Will the DOJ ask BAE to squeal on EADS?

Britain's BAE Systems and Europe's EADS are proposing to merge, they said earlier this month, to create a defense giant capable of competing against Boeing or Lockheed Martin.

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