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Set forth below are the topics discussed this week on FCPA Professor.
In a response brief to a Teva whistleblower seeking to force the SEC to speed up its award decision making process, the SEC says that it is not easy determining if a whistleblower is deserving of a bounty (see here).
As highlighted in this post, FCPA defendant Lawrence Hoskins says “enough is enough” in seeking dismissal of a criminal indictment based on violations of the Speedy Trial Act and his constitutional rights to a fair and speedy trial.
As highlighted here, certain commentary about the recent Walmart enforcement action is unbelievably uninformed. As discussed in this post, if this is the reason why Walmart did not receive full cooperation credit, it is disturbing.
This post highlights a recent speech by Deputy Assistant Attorney General Matthew Miner on a variety of FCPA topics.
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