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Julie DiMauro | Contributing Editor

Julie DiMauro is a Regulatory Intelligence Expert in the Legal Department at Thomson Reuters in New York.

Prior to her time at Thomson Reuters, she served as the executive editor of FCPA Blog.

She can be reached at [email protected] and on Twitter @Julie_DiMauro.

Recent Posts

The FBI’s FCPA Unit no longer exists

When I asked the FBI earlier if its FCPA Unit still exists, I was told that FCPA investigations are now part of the International Corruption Unit’s (ICU) responsibilities, but there was no mention of the standalone FCPA Unit.

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Special report: Has the FBI disbanded its FCPA Unit?

The FCPA Blog posed this question to the DOJ and FBI’s public affairs’ offices Wednesday: Has the FCPA Unit at the FBI been disbanded? In response, Christopher Allen in the FBI’s Public Affairs Office said: “The FBI’s investigations are managed through the International Corruption Unit, and that unit is absolutely not being disbanded.”

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Mixed reviews for social media from compliance pros

Social media can be used to help disseminate information about a compliance program and to promote the program’s virtues. But some think using social media for anything related to compliance it still too risky. The FCPA Blog reached out to several experts for their insights.

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Pep talk from SEC boss to compliance officers

SEC Chairman Mary Jo White told an audience Tuesday from the National Society of Compliance Professionals that compliance officers “have a very tough job in a complex industry where the stakes for all concerned are extremely high.”

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Siemens compliance officer retaliation suit dismissed

A federal lawsuit by the compliance officer for Siemens’ healthcare business in China who said he was fired for internally reporting FCPA violations was dismissed Monday. The U.S. District Court in New York said the anti-retaliation provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act don’t apply outside the United States.

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The next big thing — PR meets compliance

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.

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