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Invoking the rhetoric of a populist manifesto, the Chamber is trying to make the case that increased enforcement of the FCPA has had a chilling effect on U.S.
A powerful, detailed rebuttal to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s proposals to amend the U.S. FCPA launched this month. Professorial powerhouses David Kennedy (Harvard Law School) and Dan Danielsen (Northeastern School of Law) issued their 84 page analysis, Busting Bribery: Sustaining the Global Momentum of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.… Continue Reading
The hearing in the House about the FCPA on Tuesday was a testy affair, with some serious debate and some less serious political theater.… Continue Reading
By Michael Volkov
At a recent ABA event on Capitol Hill, Sam Ramer, a House Judiciary Committee Staffer, announced that the House Judiciary Committee was planning an oversight hearing on the Justice Department’s enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.… Continue Reading
The pro-business U.S. Chamber of Commerce is running a high-profile campaign to weaken the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. But not everyone in the business world is happy about that.
Walden Asset Management — a division of Boston Trust & Investment Management Company — recently said IBM’s role in supporting the Chamber of Commerce is inconsistent with good corporate citizenship.… Continue Reading