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Set forth below are the topics discussed this week on FCPA Professor.
Recently Senator Amy Klobuchar entered the crowded Democratic field for President and this post highlights how she was a leading voice for FCPA reform in connection with the Senate’s 2010 FCPA hearing and aftermath.
As highlighted here, Canada is having an OECD Convention Article 5 moment in connection with SNC-Lavalin’s long-standing scrutiny and allegations that the Prime Minister’s office attempted to influence the prosecution.
Small town roots plus some discussion of FCPA compliance (see here).
This post checks in on the Second Circuit appeal of Ng Lap Seng. The FCPA issues on appeal concern the corrupt intent and obtain or retain business elements.
As highlighted in posts here and here, Cognizant Technology Solutions resolved a $25 million SEC FCPA enforcement action focused on license and permit issues in India. In addition, the DOJ criminally charged, and the SEC civilly charged, former executives Gordon Coburn and Steven Schwartz.
This post rounds up other recent FCPA developments.
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