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Set forth below are the topics discussed this week on FCPA Professor.
As highlighted here, Novartis joined the repeat offender club – this time paying approximately $347 million to resolve an FCPA enforcement action concerning subsidiary conduct in Greece, Vietnam and South Korea.
As discussed in this post, the Supreme Court concluded that in a federal court action a SEC “disgorgement award that does not exceed a wrongdoer’s net profits and is awarded for victims is equitable relief permissible” under the relevant statutory framework. This post highlights how Justice Thomas’s dissent provides a disgorgement history lesson and raises an interesting question relevant to FCPA enforcement.
The return of Fokker – see here.
In honor of Father’s Day, this post provides some perspective on being a “Compliance Officer / Dad.”
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