The seemingly minor case involving Telecommunications D’Haiti (“Haiti Teleco”) keeps on giving. The recent plea by Jean Fourcand is the most recent news in a case in which the DOJ has cast a wide net.
Both the antibribery provisions and the books and records and internal control provisions of the FCPA apply to issuers. That was easy. What is not so easy is figuring out just which companies are issuers.
The American Conference Institute is holding an event called “FCPA and Anti-Corruption for Life Science Companies” from Monday, May 18th through Tuesday, May 19th at the Helmsley Park Lane Hotel in New York, NY.
FCPA Compliance Attorney Thomas Fox discusses how the Travel Act, which Robert Kennedy urged Congress to enact, is impacting the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act today.
While respectful of the obvious human dimension of this case, the Africa Sting case could not have come at a better time for FCPA practitioners, which tend to be employed by large law firms – although not exclusively.
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently released a report regarding DOJ’s use of NPAs/DPAs. The report follows a prior GAO report on the use of corporate monitors in NPAs/DPAs.
The U.K. Serious Fraud Office announced that it has “reached an agreement with BAE systems that the company will plead guilty” to the offense of “failing to keep reasonably accurate accounting records in relation to its activities in Tanzania.”
A roundup of recent posts by FCPA columnist Mike Koehler, starting with an update on the landmark Africa sting case.
“Los primeros minutos” son críticos en el entrenamiento del FCPA. Durante estos críticos “primeros minutos” es necesario establecer el tono adecuado en la comunicación y lograr captar la atención de los participantes comunicándose con ellos a su mismo nivel.
As you most likely recall, CCI’s FCPA Columnist Mike Koehler wrote recently about the “historic” FCPA investigation that indicted 22 people for having the intent to bribe a foreign official. Since then, there have been numerous updates that Mike has posted over at his blog FCPA Professor. Here are links to those updates with excerpts.