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Friday
Jan042013

Kaplan's Top Ten Corporate Criminal Fines

On his great Conflict of Interest Blog, Jeff Kaplan posted the ten biggest U.S. corporate criminal fines of all time.

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Friday
Jan042013

China Corruption Blotter (January 4, 2013)

The director of the Yang’an Town Medical Center in Shandong Leling City was recently sentenced to 11 years in prison for corruption involving $35,900.

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Friday
Jan042013

Bribery case could dethrone F1's Ecclestone

Bernie Ecclestone at the 2012 Bahrain Grand Prix (photo courtesy of Wikipedia)Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone said this week a bribery case brewing in Germany could end his nearly 40-year reign over the world's premier motor sport.

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Thursday
Jan032013

The corporate investigations list (January 2013)

The companies listed below are known to be the subject of an ongoing and unresolved FCPA-related investigation.

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Thursday
Jan032013

China releases new judicial interpretation on bribery enforcement

China’s top judicial authorities released a new interpretation last week on how certain bribery crimes are to be enforced.

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Thursday
Jan032013

Hewlett-Packard's latest FCPA disclosure (December 2012)

From Hewlett-Packard Company's Form 10-K filed with the SEC on December 27, 2012, here is the company's full FCPA disclosure:

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Wednesday
Jan022013

2012 Enforcement Index

Twelve companies settled FCPA enforcement actions in 2012 by paying a total of $259.4 million.

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Wednesday
Jan022013

Congress talks about Magnitsky's torture and death

Photo of the U.S. Capitol Building (courtesy of Wikipedia)The United States Congress sometimes includes 'findings' in laws it adopts. They're reasons behind a law -- a bit of built-in legislative history.

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Wednesday
Jan022013

China officials, fearing crackdown, are dumping illicit properties

Real estate agents in Guangdong and Jiangsu provinces are reportedly scrambling to sell a “torrent” of properties suddenly thrown onto the market by officials fearing exposure ahead of an expected anti-corruption crackdown.

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Monday
Dec312012

The biggest anti-corruption story of 2012

U.S. Senator John McCain, a Republican from Arizona, co-sponsored the Magnitsky ActPresident Obama signed into law in December the Magnitsky Act. It targets travel and economic sanctions against those responsible for the jailing and death of Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky. But the importance of the law extends far beyond that.

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