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Set forth below are the topics discussed this week on FCPA Professor.
This post continues with the 2017 statistical feast by highlighting various facts and figures regarding SEC FCPA enforcement.
This post highlights 2017, as well as historical, SEC FCPA enforcement actions against individuals.
This post links to a free 90-minute 2017 FCPA Year in Review video.
This FCPA Flash podcast episode is a conversation with Bruce Yannett regarding the top issues from 2017.
As highlighted in this post, former Och-Ziff executive Michael Cohen (already a defendant in an SEC FCPA enforcement action) was also recently criminally charged by the DOJ for obstruction and making false statements in connection with the DOJ/SEC’s investigation.
This post highlights the DOJ’s announcement of criminal charges against Mark Lambert in connection with the DOJ’s ongoing Russia nuclear industry bribery investigation.
This post highlights the words of FCPA criminal defendant Jeffrey Chow.
As highlighted here, there is a positive correlation between bureaucracy and corruption.
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