One of the defendants in the failed Africa sting FCPA prosecution was Mark Morales. He worked for a military ordnance maker that was part of the Allied Defense Group.
I’ve argued in this series (see links to the prior posts below) and in this paper that FCPA enforcement should benefit the victims of bribery — namely, the citizens of the countries in which the bribery occurs.… Continue Reading
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According to online allegations, Tao Mingzhe, deputy director of Shenzhen (Guangdong Province) People’s Hospital’s anesthesiology department, took bribes worth millions of dollars from drug and medical device companies, and has two mistresses.… Continue Reading
This is National Police Week, when Americans thank our local, state, and federal law enforcement professionals for risking their lives to keep us safe.
And May 15 is Peace Officers Memorial Day — a time to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.… Continue Reading
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone will be charged soon in Germany for bribing a banker to gain access to his bank’s F1 shares, a German newspaper has reported.
The Munich daily Süddeutsche Zeitung said ‘Investigations into the case are complete and a Munich court is preparing to file charges in the case within a month, although there may be a delay as the details need to be translated into English before being delivered to Ecclestone’s lawyers,” according to the Guardian.… Continue Reading
I’ve argued in this series that we should think of corruption generally, and bribery specifically, as violating human rights — specifically the rights of the citizens of the countries in which bribery occurs.… Continue Reading