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Special report: Has the FBI disbanded its FCPA Unit?

The FCPA Blog posed this question to the DOJ and FBI’s public affairs’ offices Wednesday: Has the FCPA Unit at the FBI been disbanded? In response, Christopher Allen in the FBI’s Public Affairs Office said: “The FBI’s investigations are managed through the International Corruption Unit, and that unit is absolutely not being disbanded.”

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Medtronic wins double declination

Minnesota-based Medtronic Inc. won a double declination following an FCPA probe that lasted more than five years. The medical device maker said it received word in June from the DOJ and SEC that they won’t pursue enforcement actions.

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Smith & Nephew Reaches $22 Million Settlement

U.K.-based medical device maker Smith & Nephew plc agreed to pay $22.2 million to settle Foreign Corrupt Practices Act offenses committed by its U.S. and German subsidiaries. The company admitted bribing government-employed doctors in Greece for more than a decade to win business.

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Take Your Meds

In its quarterly report filed with the SEC last week, pharma giant Pfizer Inc said it has reached agreement in principle with the SEC and DOJ to resolve ‘improper payment’ matters outside the United States.

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Who’ll Make The Next Top Ten?

Our list of the ten biggest corporate FCPA cases of all time hasn’t changed since April, when Johnson & Johnson’s $70 million settlement came on as number 10.

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