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Six Years On

Instead of our regular post today, these familiar and fitting words: No man is an Island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of

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From Our Sponsor

The FCPA Blog is produced and edited by attorneys of Cassin Law LLC. The firm helps clients comply with United States laws, including the Foreign

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The Requestor’s French Dilemma

Facing a decision to either stay in a joint venture or leave, when staying means violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and leaving means breaching

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Enron’s Culture Of Non-Compliance

One consistent measure of a compliance culture is executive responsibility. In the case of Enron’s CEO, Jeffrey Skilling, there was little evidence of that. True,

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Materiality, But Not By The Numbers

Strictly speaking, “materiality” should never be part of an FCPA discussion. A payment or promise to pay anything of value can violate the antibribery provisions,

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Dear Readers,

The FCPA Blog is grateful for your many expressions of support and encouragement. Your comments and suggestions are an important ingredient, so please let us

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An Exodus From Nigeria?

A Reuters report from August 26, 2007 quotes Noble Corporation as saying it has been unable to obtain or renew permits for five of its

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The Long, Strong Arm of the FCPA

Its jurisdictional reach is legendary, but understanding exactly why the FCPA’s coverage stretches so far and wide is not always easy. One explanation comes from

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