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Posts Tagged: Argentina

FCC fines Siemens for failing to disclose FCPA and obstruction convictions

The Federal Communications Commission fined Siemens Corporation and Siemens Medical Solutions $175,000 Thursday for failing to disclose corporate felony convictions as required by the FCC’s rules.

Several Siemens companies hold FCC wireless licenses and were required to disclose on their applications prior criminal convictions for violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and, separately, obstruction of justice.… Continue Reading

Jorge and Kenney: Argentina considers bill to enable corporate bribery prosecutions

Argentina’s National Congress will soon consider a bill that would finally enable prosecutors to bring criminal charges against corporations that engage in bribery and other corrupt acts.

Argentina’s legal system currently makes it impossible to punish businesses for corruption; only those individuals who actually break the law can be prosecuted.Continue Reading

DOJ: Biomet breached DPA

The DOJ said in a court filing this month that Biomet breached a 2012 deferred prosecution agreement “based on conduct in Brazil and Mexico.”

A status report filed in federal court in Washington, D.C.… Continue Reading

Latin America Enforcement Report – July 2015

Here are highlights about Latin American corruption, enforcement, and compliance through June 2015.

Although some countries aren’t strictly “Latin American” (Guyana and Puerto Rico, for example), they’re usually included in the regional grouping, and I thought it was appropriate to mention them.… Continue Reading