Entries in Self Reporting (18)
Texas-based Lennox International Inc. said in a securities filing Monday that it self reported to the SEC and DOJ an alleged payment of $475 to a Russian customs broker or official.
In our recent report, Trends and Developments in Anti-Corruption Enforcement, we analyze major anti-corruption resolutions in 2014 and look ahead to what we expect in 2015.
Our friends at the International Anti-Corruption Academy have announced a new program call Legal Incentives for Corporate Integrity. The three-day training session happens from May 4 - 6, 2015 at the IACA campus near Vienna, Austria.
Compliance doesn't sell itself. Corporate officers and directors, at some point in their careers, need to be convinced that compliance is good for them and for their business. How to convince them is always the challenge.
Johnson Controls, Inc. said in an SEC filing Friday that it self-reported to the DOJ and SEC an investigation into alleged FCPA violations in China.
The FBI's much heralded FCPA Unit had consisted of at least 12 agents working out of the Washington, D.C. field office since around 2008, with a full-time focus on FCPA cases.
Agilent Technologies disclosed that employees in China working with third-party intermediaries may have violated the company's business conduct policy and the FCPA.
“Over the last decade, since the passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act in 2002, publicly traded corporations have poured significant resources into their compliance programs to prevent wrongdoing . . .
Commodities giant Archer Daniels-Midland Company said this week it has reserved $25 million for a potential FCPA settlement with the DOJ and SEC.