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UPS whistleblower awarded $3.75 million

A former United Parcel Service employee who alleged the company submitted false claims to the federal government for delivery of Next Day Air overnight packages will collect $3.75 million as part of a False Claims Act settlement, the DOJ said Tuesday.

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Takeaways from the Anti-Corruption Chapter of the USMCA

The anti-corruption provisions in Chapter 27 of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) stand out as one of the noteworthy differences between the newly negotiated pact and its predecessor, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).  If ratified by the three signatories, Chapter 27 will oblige the United States, Mexico, and Canada to adopt or maintain […]

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FCPA helps Avon’s Jung make worst CEO list

[…] it is unclear when a meeting might take place. But interest shows their investigation is reaching the highest level of the door-to-door beauty company.’ A shareholder lawsuit filed earlier this year accused Avon of paying a big severance to a former head of internal audit in 2006 to buy his silence about bribes in China.

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How Covid-19 changed global finance

[…] being attributed to international fraudsters. So, to return to the ticking time bomb of state debt and the effect this will have on global financial institutions, we can anticipate some half-hearted and underfunded attempts at recovery. But the prevailing situation will likely be chaos over the forthcoming years before countries inevitably write off their losses.

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A Quagmire Of Corruption

Remember when Siemens talked hopefully about a quick resolution of its global corruption scandal? Clean house, deal with regulators and prosecutors, turn the page and move forward. Well, forget quick. It’s not going to happen. Every day, it seems, there’s more bad news. The latest is reported in the Wall Street Journal’s law blog: […]

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Whistleblower awarded $5 million for medical device maker’s false claims

[…] In the civil settlement under the False Claims Act, Biocompatibles agreed to pay $25 million for billing government healthcare programs for LC Bead as an unapproved drug- delivery device.  The federal share of the civil settlement was $23.6 million and the state Medicaid share of the civil settlement was $1.4 million. Biocompatibles had told […]

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