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Julie DiMauro
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Thomas Fox
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Practice Note: How Bio-Rad’s old FCPA settlement became a ‘risk factor’

[…] materially adversely affect our business, results of operations and financial condition. There have already been some third-party claims that Bio-Rad warned about. On January 23, 2015, the City of Riviera Beach General Employees’ Retirement System filed a shareholder derivative lawsuit in the Superior Court of California, Contra Costa County, against three of our then […]

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Here’s proof the era of global enforcement is upon us

[…] million) to resolve a criminal investigation of alleged bribes in connection with arms sales in Greece. The case was brought by the senior prosecutor in the German city of Bremen. Norway’s Yara International was fined $48 million by Norwegian authorities for paying $12 million in bribes between 2004 and 2009. The world’s biggest fertiliser […]

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Singapore declares lifetime ban for ex-Goldman Sachs Asia chief Tim Leissner

[…] 1MDB and in Abu Dhabi. The DOJ said they conspired to launder the money in the United States by buying “luxury residential real estate in New York City and elsewhere, and artwork from a New York-based auction house, and by funding major Hollywood films,” including the Wolf of Wall Street. In Malaysia earlier this […]

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China Corruption Blotter (January 31, 2014)

[…] http://epaper.oeeee.com Liu Xueku, former director of Hebei provincial development and Reform Commission, has been placed under discipline investigations. Local officials say Liu’s detention might be connected to his work in Langfang City where he served as deputy mayor during the late 1990s and early 2000s. Last month, an anonymous online whistleblower accused Liu of taking bribes, embezzling public […]

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Why some doctors at China state-owned hospitals may not be ‘foreign officials’

[…] dermatology, andrology, gynaecology, oncology, otorhinolaryngology, and other more “profitable” specialties. The majority of these private healthcare providers are allegedly controlled by a few family-owned businesses from the city of Putian, Fujian Province. For example, the private company in the latest scandal, Claison Bio-tech, was owned by of Huzhou Rui Yuan Rui Kang Investment Limited […]

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Ex-ABB Manager Arrested, Mexican Agent Pleads Guilty

[…] ABB unit in Texas. He was terminated in the fall of 2004. ABB continues to cooperate with U.S. authorities.” O’Shea hired Fernando Maya Basurto, 47, of Mexico City, to act as the Texas unit’s sales agent in Mexico. Under his contract, Basurto received a percentage of sales as his commission. In December 1997, CFE […]

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Four customs officials in Shanghai detained for corruption

[…] the No. 2 Field Operations Division. Bian was taken away by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection around July 11 and held in custody in Zhengzhou, capital city of Henan Province. He was in charge of finance and processing trade supervision before his retirement. The other three officials’ were detained around August 10 by […]

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GlaxoSmithKline target of China bribe probe

[…] GSK disclosed in earlier SEC filings that the DOJ and SEC contacted the company in 2010 about possible violations of the FCPA in China and other countries. China police over the weekend in the city of Changsha, Hunan Province, posted a notice that they are investigating senior managers at GSK China for economic crimes. https://fcpablog.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/GlaxoSmithKline.jpg

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Herbalife reserves $123 million to settle China FCPA investigation

[…] department of Herbalife’s China subsidiary. She was charged with one count of conspiracy to violate the FCPA’s internal controls provisions.  A criminal indictment filed in New York City alleged that Yang and others bribed Chinese officials to obtain licenses for Herbalife. Bribes were also intended to stop Chinese government investigations into Herbalife’s operations in […]

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Calling All Pundits

[…] Halliburton buys us, we might be prosecuted in the U.S. We might even spend time in jail there! Let’s find someone else — anyone else — to buy our company, and fast. Here’s the question: Should U.S. companies ever be forced to choose publicly between potential FCPA prosecutions of themselves on the one hand […]

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