Thursday’s $397.6 million enforcement action against VimpelCom Ltd. and its Uzbek unit landed in the sixth spot on our list of the top ten FCPA cases of all time. It was the first change in our top ten list since Alstom joined in the number two position in December 2014. Dropping off the list Thursday […]
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[…] the loss is covered. This may be especially true as to defense costs. Insurability: D&O policies typically exclude from the definition of “Loss” any amounts uninsurable as a matter of law. Insurers may argue that coverage is barred for payments labeled as disgorgement (often a large component of FCPA settlements). But the devil is […]
[…] foreign bribery are subject to “effective, proportionate and dissuasive” sanctions. Over the last 17 years, the Working Group has monitored the Parties’ implementation of the Convention. As a result of the Working Group’s peer pressure, most of the 41 Parties to the Convention have made major changes to their laws and institutions in order […]
Ethical Alliance Member Offer: People’s Republic of China Anti-Bribery & Corruption Specialist Certification
Recent news reports have highlighted the risk of doing business in the People’s Republic of China (PRC), a known high-risk country for corruption. Increasing enforcement of local laws against multinational corporations and their staff however has changed local dynamics dramatically for businesses and individuals operating in this geography.
Last month, the Scottish Court of Session Outer House delivered a decision that illustrates the pitfalls that await executive shareholders implicated in commercial bribery.
There are a number of best practices that those participating in global FCPA investigations should understand, noted Charles Duross, Deputy Chief of the FCPA Unit in the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice (DOJ). They must set realistic expectations; know what to look for and have solutions to get the evidence; respect the […]
[…] countries or Singapore). But Nick Paterson, left, the chief anti-corruption investigator for New Zealand’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO), won’t let Kiwis coast on their country’s reputation. At a forensics conference held last month in Auckland, Paterson said New Zealand companies “must be paying bribes” to foreign officials. He said “two weeks ago” his office […]
Fostering strong ethical cultures within business firms could be the most effective and durable means of controlling the payment of bribes by firms. Creating a strong ethical culture is difficult, but measuring and maximizing stakeholder trust may overcome that difficulty.
We’re always happy to hear from lawyer Andy Spalding, left. He recently returned from a year-long Fulbright Research Grant in Mumbai, India, and is now on the faculty at the Chicago-Kent College of Law. He’s been thinking about the extraordinary case of James Giffen, the former middleman to U.S. oil companies doing business in […]