Posts Tagged: BAE Systems
New scholarship from Elizabeth Spahn tackles the opportunities and risks behind the new trend of multi-national antibribery enforcement.
It’s a topic crucial to nations joining the war against graft. And it’s no less important to anyone facing the threat of enforcement by two or more countries.… Continue Reading
Rolls-Royce appointed an outside lawyer to investigate allegations of overseas bribery in China and Indonesia.
A recent University of Chicago Legal Forum article looks deep into an important new enforcement trend — duplicative enforcement actions in multiple countries.
One of the most fundamentally (and frequently) misunderstood aspects of the FAR 9.4 suspension & debarment (S&D) regime is that S&D are only to be used for the purpose of protecting the Government, not to punish contractors for their past misconduct.… Continue Reading
We’ve seen, in our last two posts in this series (here and here), a radical new enforcement idea starting to take root — using at least some portion of the enforcement proceeds to directly benefit the citizens of the countries in which the bribery occurred.… Continue Reading
No company, regardless of its size or industry, is immune from potential FCPA liability if it does business abroad. Why then, has FCPA Sanctions: Too Big to Debar by Drury Stevenson and Nicholas Wagoner, singled-out and declared war on large government contractors?… Continue Reading