Formula One is an exciting spectacle. Unfathomable speed, exotic locations, and ultra-luxury brands make for a compelling fan experience without mentioning all the behind-the-scenes drama. F1 enthusiasts worldwide come together each race day to cheer on their drivers and teams.… Continue Reading
Posts Tagged: DOJ
As a government outsider, it’s impossible to know why there hasn’t yet been any DOJ or SEC corporate enforcement of the FCPA under the current administration. Here are three possible reasons:… Continue Reading
There is a portion of the DOJ’s Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs that has received surprisingly little play in FCPA compliance circles. Under the heading “Risk-Based Training,” the DOJ poses a series of questions companies will need to answer.… Continue Reading
Paris-based compliance consultancy Compliance For Good has translated the DOJ’s June 2020 Guidance for the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs.
Mexico City-based law firm Litigio Estratégico y Compliance has updated the Spanish translation of the DOJ’s June 2020 Guidance for the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs.… Continue Reading
While we have understandably been distracted by the challenges of 2020 – from serious concerns about our health and the well-being of our loved ones to not-so-serious concerns of how we look on video conferences – things in the FCPA world have been humming along.… Continue Reading
Law firm Ritch Mueller has translated the DOJ’s April 2019 Guidance Document for the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs into Spanish.… Continue Reading
The U.S. surrendered the director of a property development company after his arrest for immigration offenses ended three years of running from Hong Kong bribery charges.… Continue Reading
The UK’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is pursuing its investigation of alleged corruption at Paris-based Alstom now that the Attorney General has given the agency permission to prosecute the company and former employees for alleged overseas bribery, if deemed appropriate.… Continue Reading
The background-check firm USIS faces a false claims action brought by a whistleblower and joined by the DOJ that alleges insufficient vetting was part of USIS’s scheme to maximize profits.
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Walmart Inc. said it has spent $439 million in legal fees and other costs associated with investigations of alleged FCPA violations and revamping its global compliance protocol.
The retailer’s fiscal 2014 Global Compliance Program Report was released in April in the wake of allegations of bribery and corruption associated with expansion efforts in Mexico, India, Brazil and China.… Continue Reading