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Set forth below are the topics discussed this week on FCPA Professor.
As highlighted in this post, six years after being charged in connection with conduct that took place approximately 15 years ago, the trial of Lawrence Hoskins finally begins.
This guest post discusses industry sweeps, what issues they pose, and what policy implications are implicated by them.
This post highlights statements by John Conyers (a Democrat who served 53 years in the House and recently passed away) about the FCPA at a June 2011 FCPA hearing.
As highlighted in this post, the DOJ announced guilty pleas by various former executives of Unaoil. This post highlights the Trace International angle of the enforcement action and questions the value of various certifications / seals of approval / whatever you want to call it offered by private business entities and whether they represent a false sense of security to others dealing with the “certified” entity.
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