Corporate compliance programs are no longer classified as “nice to have,” nor are they mere responses to allegations of wrongdoing. Some companies are going beyond mentioning how they have cleared their names with regulators after an investigation; they’re actively promoting the components of an effective strategy.… Continue Reading
The recent announcement that the U.K.’s legislature and enforcement agencies are considering the case for financially incentivizing whistleblowers in economic crime cases, thus aping the U.S.-approach, presents a serious and insidious threat for U.K.… Continue Reading
A Swiss citizen who worked for California-based Maxwell Technologies Inc was indicted Tuesday for bribing officials at state-owned companies in China.
Alain Riedo was charged in San Diego with nine counts of violating the FCPA, conspiracy, falsifying records, and evading Maxwell’s internal controls.… Continue Reading