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Harry Cassin
Publisher and Editor

Andy Spalding
Senior Editor

Jessica Tillipman
Senior Editor

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
Contributing Editor

Shruti J. Shah
Contributing Editor

Russell A. Stamets
Contributing Editor

Richard Bistrong
Contributing Editor

Eric Carlson
Contributing Editor

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FCPA issues surface in $622 million U.S. arbitration award against Petrobras

[…] administered by the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) under the FAA. The ICDR is part of the American Arbitration Association. It is headquartered in New York City and has offices in Mexico, Ireland, Bahrain, and Singapore. The three-member arbitration panel made its award by majority vote, with one dissent — presumably the arbitrator […]

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Action plan: Bring compliance to life in 2016

[…] the most effective ways to communicate with them and their peers. Conference-in remote employees. The more personnel involved with anti-corruption compliance, the more you will see overall “buy in.” And the more remote personnel who get directly involved, the greater the chance of minimizing the “us versus them” mentality that sometimes exists between the […]

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Olmert Acquitted Of Taking U.S. Bribes

[…] are flying all over the place,’ the magazine reported. ‘And U.S. investigators are now using the testimony he gave in Israel as a road map to a possible prosecution.’ A federal grand jury sitting in New York City was also reportedly looking into possible tax and money-laundering offenses. Talansky hasn’t been charged in the U.S.

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China Corruption Blotter (April 12, 2013)

[…] 2008, Yu reportedly accepted bribes from a public transport company to help it avoid paying administrative fees totaling $749,130. http://news.xinhuanet.com Luo Mensheng, former deputy Party secretary of Lianzhou city (Guangdong Province), has been sentenced to five years in prison for bribe-taking, with $16,087 in personal assets confiscated. Luo was charged with helping private companies obtain […]

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More Journalists Murdered In The Philippines

[…] the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility. A few days earlier, Crispin Perez Jr., a lawyer and part-time radio commentator at a government-owned station in San Jose City in the central Philippines, was shot to death outside his home. He hosted a weekly public affairs broadcast. His criticism of deals between a local power […]

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1MDB: DOJ forfeiture complaints now target $1.7 billion

[…] Red Granite Pictures’ interest in the movies “Dumb and Dumber To” and “Daddy’s Home.” Other assets targeted by the new complaints include a condominium in New York City worth nearly $5 million, diamond jewelry, artworks by Picasso and Basquiat, and a $260 million megayacht called The Equanimity, the DOJ said. More than $4.5 billion […]

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Due Diligence: Beneficial ownership in real estate transactions

[…] Geographic Targeting Order, which requires that LLCs provide the identities of buyers who spend $300,000 or more in 12 major real estate markets, including the New York City, Miami, Los Angeles, Chicago, and San Francisco metro areas. “Rotten Onion.” While the abovementioned study by TI Canada and the proposed Corporate Transparency Act address the use […]

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Conflicting demands encourage symbolic compliance

When top state or corporate leaders lay down goals, compliance may not always meet their intended aims. This is the case in China, where companies have been under increasing pressure from the central government to comply with rising standards in corporate social responsibility. Since 2007, China’s central government has recognized the need to address its […]

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China Corruption Blotter (October 24, 2012)

[…] of the hotel took bribes from developers and suppliers seeking hotel improvement contracts. http://news.cnhubei.com/xw/wuhan/201210/t2276891.shtml The Hainan First Intermediate People’s Court recently rejected an appeal by former Wenchang City Agriculture Development Office chief Fu Li. Fu had previously been sentenced to ten years and stripped of political rights for one year after being found guilty […]

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