Richard L. Cassin | Editor at large
Richard L. Cassin is the founder of the FCPA Blog. He serves as editor at large.
The DOJ and SEC published the Second Edition of A Resource Guide to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Friday, updating for the first time
Connecticut-based Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. agreed to pay $21.4 million to resolve SEC charges that the company violated the FCPA by bribing foreign officials in Turkey
The market for directors and officers liability insurance has been out of kilter since the start of the year, with more demand than supply. Now,
Compliance is all about risk — learning to see it, and how to manage it. One way to learn more about risk is by reading
This year the SEC has already awarded $114 million to whistleblowers, nearly twice the amount than for all of 2019. Three awards in 2020 are
The DOJ’s new guidance for evaluating corporate compliance programs put the spotlight on organizational justice, or what we might simply call fairness.
The Justice Department Monday published a new version of its guidance on how it evaluates compliance programs when making corporate charging decisions.
Two very different groups of companies will emerge from the lockdown: thousands with liquidity problems and uncertain futures, and hundreds with piles of cash and
Amid the coming post-Covid-19 resizing wave, when chief compliance officers request bigger budgets, don’t laugh, and don’t blame them. This time, it’s OFAC’s fault.