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Search Results for: label/Statute of Limitations – Page 42

Ambulance company whistleblower awarded $1.7 million

[…] Claims Act settlement. Kelvin Carlisle, a competitor in the ambulance services business in San Diego, Orange, and Los Angeles County, filed a qui tam lawsuit with allegations of illegal kickbacks. The DOJ took over the suit. The settling defendants together will pay more than $11.5 million to resolve the allegations. They include two San […]

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Great Words From The Hill, Circa 1977

[…] Como and the Aston Martin in the garage, the greatest perk that comes from tending this garden is hearing from so many talented experts in the field of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Last week, for example, a generous reader shared with us a soon-to-be published paper about Facilitating Payments. Seeing our favorite FCPA […]

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China’s Top Court Issues Interpretation On Transparency Regulation

China’s Supreme People’s Court (“SPC”) recently issued a judicial interpretation of the “Regulation on Open Government Information” (“OGI Regulation”), the regulation adopted by the Chinese government in April 2007 in an effort to make government information more accessible to the general public in China. 

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332- Order Granting Motion to Dismiss

1 / 25 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS HOUSTON DIVISION UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, VS. § § § § § § § CR IMINAL NO. 4:17 -CR -00514 LUIS CARLOS DE LEON -PEREZ, et al. , Defendants. THE COURT’S OM NIBUS MEMORANDUM ADDRESSING THE DEFENDANT’S MOTION TO DISMISS I. INTRODUCTION Before […]

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OFAC fines Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway $4 million for Iran sanctions violations

The U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control said Wednesday it fined Berkshire Hathaway, Inc. $4.2 million after a subsidiary based in Turkey knowingly violated OFAC’s sanctions against Iran. The Berkshire subsidiary — Iscar Kesici Takim Ticareti ve Imalati Limited Sirket (Iscar Turkey) — exported 144 shipments of cutting tools worth about $383,000 […]

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