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Set forth below are the topics discussed this week on FCPA Professor.
As highlighted here, Corsa Coal agreed to pay $1.2 million in a “declination with disgorgement” enforcement action, but it could have been worse as the DOJ relieved the company of the remaining $31.5 million disgorgement amount based on inability to pay.
Recently Deputy Assistant Attorney General Lisa Monaco gave a speech on the following topics: “inspiring a culture of compliance,” “promoting compliance through compensation and clawback programs,” and “accountability.” (See here).
This post highlights additional issues to consider from the recent Rio Tinto and Flutter International enforcement actions.
See here for FCPA potpourri.
This post asks: are all U.S. citizens a victim when a U.S. official is involved in a bribery offense?
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