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Andy Spalding
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Jessica Tillipman
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Bill Steinman
Senior Editor

Richard L. Cassin
Editor at Large

Elizabeth K. Spahn
Editor Emeritus

Cody Worthington
Contributing Editor

Julie DiMauro
Contributing Editor

Thomas Fox
Contributing Editor

Marc Alain Bohn
Contributing Editor

Bill Waite
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Shruti J. Shah
Contributing Editor

Russell A. Stamets
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Richard Bistrong
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Eric Carlson
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Lankford and Hussain: New DOJ enforcement policy takes aim at messaging apps

[…] devices, and where files exist, they may be encrypted or otherwise difficult to open.   Outside messaging apps, such as Snapchat and Wickr may automatically delete messages after a few seconds or days precisely so that users can keep their communications confidential.  Outside email accounts are also difficult to access and present obvious data privacy […]

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Is compliance failing?

[…] CEO, hunted down an internal whistleblower. Uber “greyballed” some customers so they wouldn’t see it violating local laws. Mylan price-gouged the public with its Epipen. Theranos was a top-down blood-testing sham. In the FCPA world, Telia, VimpelCom, and SocGen bribed their way to business growth. Even Keppel Offshore & Marine from squeaky clean Singapore […]

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Five years ago, I was walking out of prison

[…] the holidays,” I thought. I called and emailed family and friends. And I became more diligent about making sure my last six months in prison would be without fanfare or drama. In prison, every day brings the possibility of something going wrong, where an infraction, even a minor one, can lead to the loss […]

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End anonymous shell companies to protect national security

[…] He is accused of plundering the Malaysian Sovereign Wealth fund, 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), which he set up to drive the development efforts in Malaysia. This represents a stunning reversal in fortune for Najib Razak who after ruling for nearly a decade was handily defeated in the elections last year amid allegations of massive […]

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Wisconsin marketing firm pays $10 million to resolve FCPA offenses

[…] pay a civil penalty of $2 million. The SEC resolved the enforcement action through an internal administrative order (pdf) and didn’t go to court. The company settled without admitting or denying the SEC’s findings. Quad/Graphics violated the FCPA’s anti-bribery, books and records, and internal controls provisions, the SEC said. The company also violated U.S. […]

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There is no Covid-19 defense to corruption

We should all anticipate — with optimism but also serious preparation — a post-quarantine return to business, and appreciate that a return to “normal” business will actually mean in practice a period of frenetic efforts to make up for lost time and lost revenue, with accordingly severe demands on compliance professionals. In this vein, […]

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The Embarrassment Of Corporate Criminal Liability

[…] would incriminate them personally. The exception to the privilege for corporations swallows the rule applicable to individuals, and the tail wags the dog. All corporate prosecutions are a weird fiction, he says —  there’s “no soul to damn, no body to kick,” quoting Baron Thurlow, an 18th century Lord Chancellor of England. So, Prof […]

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Sovereign Wealth Funds And The FCPA

[…] bribery,” the WSJ reported, “they requested that firms retain documents and asked about the firms’ dealings with sovereign-wealth funds . . . . One person familiar with a firm that received a letter said it was brief, indicating the investigation is at the early stages.” In October 2008, the FCPA Blog said: We’ve never […]

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A Success Plan For Lawyers

Most people a hundred years ago thought there were far too many lawyers in this country, and too many new law graduates each year.

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