[…] enforcement approach and priorities. We are proud of the many lawyers and staff who worked on this project, and hope that it will be a useful reference for companies, individuals, and others interested in our enforcement of the Act. Some items in publication are an introduction about corruption and the FCPA, who’s covered, the […]
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[…] majority of corrupt officials held the rank of Party Secretary. Nothing new there then. At that point I began to wonder what the tipping point would be for the Chinese people when would they stand up and say enough is enough, the system in which we live is inherently corrupt and we want change…what […]
[…] have to be a great player, but must not slow the game down, and it is absolutely necessary to know the rules and the etiquette. Five, training for third parties and their employees needs to be in their own language. I found that using a local attorney to explain the U.S. and local law in […]
[…] out foreign bribery is a Justice Department priority, and we are determined to continue our vigorous enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.’ After our enforcement report for Q1 ’13 showed just one corporate action and no new cases against individuals, we said the feds’ go-slow trend might be due to trial burdens, changes […]
The U.K. Serious Fraud Office Thursday released the draft Code of Practice for the use of deferred prosecution agreements.
[…] in the award of some Vatican contracts and retaliation against those who complained about it. In June this year, a senior accountant at the Vatican was arrested for a plot to smuggle $26 million in cash into Italy aboard a private jet. Monsignor Nunzio Scarano headed a department in the Vatican’s property-management division. He […]
[…] individual FCPA enforcement actions. Looking through on a year-to-year basis, a not entirely surprising trend began to emerge: the number of men prosecuted by the Department of Justice for violations of the FCPA outnumbered women. What was shocking however was the immense disparity: Men made up an astounding 96.7% of all defendants since January 2008.
[…] in 2005 when Magyar gained a controlling interest in privatized Telekom Crne Gore A.D. “The SEC is withdrawing those claims,” the Wall Street Journal said, “while continuing to pursue a second set of civil allegations.” Other allegations that the executives bribed government officials in Macedonia so regulators would block competition against Magyar are still […]
Photo courtesy of Transparency International via YouTubeThis post — Part 1 of a three-part series — reviews some statistics on women’s experience with corruption — as reported by women in eight developing countries — and considers some reasons for the disparate impact on them.