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The Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative, or StAR, is a partnership between the World Bank Group and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). It supports international efforts to end safe havens for corrupt funds.
The FCPA Blog maintains lots of lists. Enforcement reports, the corporate investigations list, the country count, the top ten enforcement actions -- they're all here.
While the much heralded Yates Memo has produced a frenzy of “what does it mean?” reporting, few analysts have examined the depth and breadth of the issues and events that led DOJ to re-emphasize the focus on prosecution of corporate executives.
It's that time of year again. Across the country, law students are thinking about paper topics for seminar courses and journal notes. Like last year, I am posting a list of resources that I provide to students every fall in the Anti-Corruption seminar that I co-teach with my colleague, Professor Chris Yukins.
A common problem I encounter in my practice is the shortage of Chinese-language materials on anti-corruption topics. China-based employees often want to know more about the FCPA and anti-corruption enforcement, but nearly all of the most valuable resources are available only in English.
The companies listed below are known to be the subject of an ongoing and unresolved FCPA-related investigation.
The names are current through September 30, 2012.
[Editor's note: Jessica Tillipman of the George Washington University Law School asked her fellow FCPA Blog editors for recommendations of anti-corruption, compliance, and enforcement sites. The responses became yesterday's post. She also sent around her own list, and graciously permitted the FCPA Blog to publish it. It appears below. -- rlc]