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End of Grease Payments Coming

As explained by FCPA Compliance attorney Thomas Fox, an announcement by the OECD a few months ago should bring the considerable problems associated with facilitation in the international business arena into keener focus.

Daimler – “That’s All Folks”

Seeing as how the the DOJ effectively stated "that's all folks" in regard to the investigation into whether Daimler violated the FCPA, the company will most likely not have to plead guilty to anything.

FCPA Potpourri

Back in active blogging "mode" here on the campus of the Sweet 16 bound Butler Bulldogs after an enjoyable few days in Washington D.C. where I participated in Georgetown Law's Combating Global Corruption Conference.

Innospec Gets Hit on Both Sides of the Atlantic

Last month (see here) Innospec, Inc. disclosed that it accrued $40.2 million for potential settlement of corruption investigations on both sides of the Atlantic. Yesterday, on both sides of the Atlantic, it was announced that Innospec agreed to resolve these enforcement actions by, among other things, paying $40.2 million in combined fines and penalties. How's that for an accurate ...

Nexus Technologies Inc. et al. – Part I

Unfortunately, the FCPA enforcement action against Nexus Technologies Inc., a Philadelphia-based export company ("Nexus"), Nam Nguyen (Nexus's President and Owner), and his siblings and fellow Nexus employees, Kim Nguyen and An Nguyen came to an end yesterday.