The global human rights agenda is gaining momentum with a number of jurisdictions, including the United States, Germany, Switzerland, and the EU currently working (or committed) to introduce mandatory human rights due diligence laws.… Continue Reading
An event at George Washington University on May 4 will take a close look at a real-world story of violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
FCPA Blog contributing editor Richard Bistrong’s strange journey from the front-lines of international business, to cooperation with law enforcement, and incarceration will be the focus.… Continue Reading
African Barrick Gold, Tanzania’s largest gold producer, paid more than $400,000 in cash to government officials and consultants there responsible for valuing mining land.
African Barrick is a subsidiary of Canada’s Barrick Gold Corporation, a public company that trades on the New York Stock Exchange.… Continue Reading