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Harry Cassin
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Posts Tagged: Corporate Investigations List

Top Stories Of 2011

Some picks for the year’s hottest FCPA headlines are these:

#1: Drop in corporate enforcement actions. In 2010, 23 companies settled FCPA cases for $1.8 billion; in 2011, just 15 companies settled for $508.6 million.… Continue Reading

Walmart Joins Our Corporate Investigations List

Walmart last week disclosed in its latest SEC filing an internal investigation into possible violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

The world’s biggest retailer said the investigation began after information was discovered during a compliance review, and ‘from other sources,’ which may mean one or more whistleblowers.… Continue Reading

Take Your Meds

In its quarterly report filed with the SEC last week, pharma giant Pfizer Inc said it has reached agreement in principle with the SEC and DOJ to resolve ‘improper payment’ matters outside the United States.… Continue Reading


Steve leaves behind a company that only he could have built, and his spirit will forever be the foundation of Apple.

Email from Apple CEO Tim Cook to all Apple employees on October 5, 2011

This is the first time Apple Inc, the company Steve Jobs built, has ever appeared on the FCPA Blog.… Continue Reading

Where To Find It

Keene, New Hampshire Public Library. Photo courtesy of the Keene Public Library and the Historical Society of Cheshire CountyIf pressed on the subject, we’d say our favorite part of the public library in the New England town where we grew up was the reference section.… Continue Reading