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Set forth below are the topics discussed this week on FCPA Professor.
Continuing with 2020 FCPA enforcement statistics, this post highlights the strange public-private divide when it comes to DOJ individual prosecutions. Specifically, a DOJ FCPA enforcement against a private business organization is approximately 2 times more likely to have a related DOJ FCPA criminal prosecution of an individual compared to a DOJ FCPA enforcement action against an issuer and FCPA enforcement actions against individuals associated with U.S. issuers are rather rare.
This post consolidates in one place all of the 2020 FCPA enforcement statistics recently published on FCPA Professor.
This guest post checks in on anti-corruption and other developments in Australia.
As highlighted here, Transparency International embarrassed itself and lost credibility with its latest release of its Corruption Perceptions Index.
This post rounds up other FCPA and related developments.
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