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FCPA Blog Daily News

Monday
Oct302017

Rahul Rose: Did F.H. Bertling ever repent and reform?

Image courtesy of F.H. BertlingNot much has changed at the F.H. Bertling Group since a former UK division and a number of top-level employees pleaded guilty. The logistics company continues to employ a corruption-convicted director, and its UK business appears to be going from strength to strength.

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Monday
Oct302017

Job: Chief Compliance Officer

Job Title: Chief Compliance Officer

Employer: Cepheid

Location: Sunnyvale, California USA

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Friday
Oct272017

Journalist who wrote about phony awards wins . . . . . phony award

"Three years after I investigated bogus international awards sold for thousands of euros, I got invited to pick up mine -- for a small fee of just €4,750."

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Friday
Oct272017

Dangerous times: Advising whistleblowers before they act

The Government Accountability Project -- one of the oldest and best whistleblower protection and advocacy organizations -- has published Working with Whistleblowers: A Guide for Journalists. It's broader than it sounds and full of serious advice for would-be whistleblowers or those trying to help them.

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Thursday
Oct262017

Shannon Morton: Who pays the legal bills for executive-branch employees? 

The White House is reportedly preparing to launch a legal defense fund for mid-level staffers saddled with large attorney’s fees as a consequence of the DOJ's Russia probe and independent investigations directed by three congressional panels.

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Thursday
Oct262017

Brittany Barnett: The nexus between corruption and human trafficking

While the DOJ substantially expanded corporate liability under the FCPA in recent years, many corporations remain unaware of the potential liability risks associated with corruption and human trafficking in employment chains.

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Wednesday
Oct252017

Core Lab reports DOJ declination in Unaoil probe

An Amsterdam-based oil services company said in a U.S. securities filing Wednesday that the DOJ has closed its investigation about the company's "interactions with Unaoil."

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Wednesday
Oct252017

David McLaughlin: How AI can nail a bribe paying scrap metal dealer

Last year 27 companies paid nearly $2.5 billion to resolve FCPA-related offenses. So far this year, 9 companies have paid more than $1.2 billion for FCPA-related settlements. Yet despite these staggering outcomes, existing tools deployed today by corporations are not capable of effectively mitigating FCPA risk.

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Wednesday
Oct252017

Resource Alert: Mastercard training video now available to everyone

Companies often ask me to record video for internal training. They want real-world stories of corruption and commerce which they can embed into an existing on-line anti-bribery compliance training.

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Tuesday
Oct242017

Chief compliance officer stole $9 million from charitable foundation, feds say

A New York investment adviser who also served as his firm's chief compliance officer is accused of stealing $9 million from a non-profit charitable foundation.

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Tuesday
Oct242017

Kristy Grant-Hart on ISO 37001: Who's doing the certifying (and other responses to Hui Chen)

Hui Chen recently published a post sharing her opinions on the ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management Standard and ISO 37001 certification. She made some important points. 

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Tuesday
Oct242017

Susan Hawley: Is Airbus a repeat of the BAE-Al Yamamah fiasco?

The UK Serious Fraud Office has been investigating corruption allegations against Airbus subsidiary GPT on a Saudi contract overseen by the UK Military of Defense. The case has alarming similarities with the BAE-Al Yamamah case from a decade ago.

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