Three new Foreign Corrupt Practices Act reports from Gibson Dunn, Hughes Hubbard and Shearman & Sterling say that prosecution of corporations for overseas bribery will continue at a healthy clip in 2
Prosecution of corporations for overseas bribery will continue at a healthy clip in 2014, with increasing criminal penalties and more cooperation from other countries, according to new Foreign Corrup
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Canada leads the way in debarments. One company, SNC-Lavalin Group Inc., is trying to fix that
...it has hired Mr. Compliance himself, Andreas Pohlmann, who cleaned up Siemens AG's bribery mess a couple of years ago. ...
Canada leads the way in debarments. One company is trying to fix that
Antibribery enforcement may have gotten off to a slow start in 2013, but the Department of Justice's 12 enforcement actions this year have already surpassed its 2012 enforcement total, according to G
A star of the in-house world takes a trip up the retail aisle; and other Moves
...Nokia Siemens Networks, the joint venture of Nokia Corporation and Siemens AG, has named Maria Varsellona as general counsel. She'll work in...
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