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Set forth below are the topics discussed this week on FCPA Professor.
Contrary to the assertion that “inability to pay” determinations are a new trend in FCPA enforcement, this post highlights “inability to pay” determinations in several FCPA enforcement actions over the years.
While actual FCPA case law is rare, other cases frequently touch upon issues relevant to FCPA enforcement. This post highlights how in an FCPA-related civil claim the court dismissed various causes of action based on the notion, among other things, that causation matters. In another civil claim (see here) a court provided a refreshing reminder that failure to act consistent with “best practices” is NOT a legal violation.
Just following instructions here from former DOJ compliance counsel Hui Chen.
As highlighted in this post, among the many “ripple” effects of FCPA scrutiny and enforcement is the ability to raise capital.
This post highlights the DOJ’s FCPA and related enforcement action concerning an Aruban telecommunications bribery scheme.
How much do you know about the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act? Let’s find out in this week’s FCPA challenge.
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