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Harry Cassin
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Posts Tagged: China

Is private equity bad for compliance?

According to some, we should fear private equity because it operates in secret and is therefore more dangerous to society than public money. Does the argument hold water when it comes to FCPA compliance?… Continue Reading

Has China outlawed due diligence?

The Wall Street Journal reported Monday that China fined New York-based due diligence firm Mintz Group about $1.5 million for allegedly conducting unapproved “foreign-related statistical investigations” without official approvals in violation of Chinese laws.… Continue Reading

Is corruption a root cause of trade secret thefts?

Even by today’s larcenous standards, last week’s indictment of a former Apple software engineer for theft of trade secrets is shocking. The DOJ accuses Weibo Wang of stealing the heart and soul of Apple’s self-driving car technology, including the architecture for an autonomous system and the “entire autonomy source code.”… Continue Reading