Kudos to the FCPA Blog headline writer who "visited the ghost of the FCPA past" in a post about the Senate's great debate of the bill that became the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. It is good that an event so momentous (given our current ongoing battle with corruption) can generate such a humorous headline so many years later.
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When Congress wraps up its current session this week, the last two World War II veterans will leave office. The departures of Michigan's John Dingell, 88, and Texas's Ralph Hall, 91, mark the end of an era.
The OECD Anti-Bribery Convention was signed in Paris in December 1997 and prohibited a specific form of active bribery: that of foreign public officials in international business transactions.
We now know who will be the next President of the United States.
As a candidate, he was authentic and stood for decency and accountability, qualities Nixon never understood.
The FCPA is a white-collar crime solution to a foreign policy problem.
If that sounds awkward, well, it should.