Posts Tagged: About This Blog
Just a quick note of congratulations on hitting the 10-year mark — quite a feat of endurance and undoubtedly one of the most influential journalism sites for business during this period.… Continue Reading
August 7 will mark a decade since our first post in this space. And 3,653 days later (counting the leap days), we’re still having a ball.
In a post from 2008, we said “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.”… Continue Reading
The FCPA Blog is the granddaddy of all the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act blogging. It was founded nearly 10 years ago by Dick Cassin and is recognized as one of the top sources for all things FCPA and compliance related.… Continue Reading
A week ago I started receiving a stream of emails and “likes” congratulating me on LinkedIn for my one-year anniversary as a Contributing Editor of the FCPA Blog.
My appreciation to the LinkedIn algorithm, as that anniversary would have passed without me thinking of it.… Continue Reading
During October, we published 62 posts on the FCPA Blog.
They came from 26 different authors living in the United States, China, Switzerland, Canada, Brazil, and the UK.
(Since our launch in 2007, we’ve published over 5,000 posts, from about 230 different authors.)… Continue Reading
The FCPA Blog maintains lots of lists. Enforcement reports, the corporate investigations list, the country count, the top ten enforcement actions — they’re all here.
Some lists are updated every calendar quarter or annually, and others as needed.… Continue Reading
She joined the FCPA Blog last year from Thomson Reuters as Executive Editor. Since then, Julie DiMauro’s posts have been a daily feature and a hit with readers.
Her coverage of new topics — AML, the Fed, FinCEN, New York state graft, and government contracting, among others — brought a lot of excitement to the FCPA Blog, and new readers.… Continue Reading