The U.K. Serious Fraud Office may be investigating an alleged $20 million payment from Rolls Royce to the son of the former Indonesian ruler who helped the company win an order for aircraft engines, according to a report Sunday in the Guardian.… Continue Reading
We’re pleased to announce the launching of the International Bribery Scholarship Database, hosted by the FCPA Blog.
You’ll see — if you hit the “Archive” tab above and then click on “Scholarship Database” — a Google doc with information on almost 100 scholarly articles on international anti-bribery law.… Continue Reading
On December 9, 2003, 140 countries convened to sign the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC).
Last week the American Congress failed to ratify an international treaty protecting people with disabilities. The treaty was based on existing American law — the famous Americans with Disability Act.
It had broad and bipartisan political support, as well as the U.S.… Continue Reading