The scandal at Penn State moves to its conclusion. Assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was sentenced Tuesday to over 30 years in prison. He was convicted after a trial on charges of child sex abuse that involved 10 boys and spanned a decade and a half.… Continue Reading
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Company versus individual prosecution: which is effective in deterring overseas corruption? The answer is “both” and “neither.”
The problem of “overseas corruption” is not “overseas.” It’s in the corner office.
If a CEO and senior officers want to take on the management challenge of stopping bribery, the tools are readily available.… Continue Reading
Using hidden cameras, the “documentary” has the feel of a law enforcement sting.… Continue Reading
I enjoyed Shruti Shah’s post last week about TI’s progress report on country enforcement in the OECD countries.
Her point about anti-corruption enforcement — that the most active countries should always encourage the laggards to be more active — seems like a critical one to me.… Continue Reading
Although it is not an FCPA case, it is noteworthy for two reasons.… Continue Reading