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Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 5.3.16

Craig Steven Wright—the Australian who claims to be famed Bitcoin mastermind Satoshi Nakamoto—is not exactly being welcomed with open (and unquestioning) arms – NYTimes... Stocks came booming back yesterday after a tough...more

Top Ten International Anti-Corruption Developments for March 2016

In order to provide an overview for busy in-house counsel and compliance professionals, we summarize below some of the most important international anti-corruption developments from the past month, with links to primary...more

Las Vegas Sands $9 Million SEC Settlement: An Easy Mark

The SEC continues its cutting edge FCPA enforcement program, bringing in a variety of enforcement cases and employing some new strategies. In its latest foray, the SEC settled with Las Vegas Sands, owned by Sheldon...more

The Vegas Sands FCPA Action: Good Controls are Good Business

FCPA cases typically center on the payment of bribes to obtain or retain business. The bribes paid are usually small in comparison to the profits achieved – the obvious motive for the wrongful conduct. The profits of course...more

Nevada Casino Operator Settles FCPA Allegations with SEC

On April 7, the SEC settled FCPA allegations with a Nevada-based operator of numerous hotel, resort, and casino properties in the United States and Asia. In a cease and desist order, the SEC found that the operating company...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 4.11.16

The UK’s Daily Mail is reportedly joining Verizon in the field of suitors for Yahoo’s assets – WSJ - It’s no surprise when mega mergers attract the government’s attention, as we’ve seen in past weeks around here. But...more

Indiana Medical Device Manufacturer’s Deferred Prosecution Agreement with DOJ Extended for a Second Time

On March 25, an Indiana-based medical device manufacturer announced that the deferred prosecution agreement it entered into with the DOJ to settle FCPA charges in 2012 would be extended a second time. The company reported...more

Pharmaceutical Company Settles with SEC Regarding FCPA Offenses in China

On March 23, the SEC announced that it settled FCPA allegations with a Switzerland-based pharmaceutical company, via a cease and desist order finding that the company violated the FCPA’s book and records and internal controls...more

SEC Settlement Sends a Strong Message to Companies: Treat Princelings and Commoners Alike, or Pay Dearly

On March 1, 2016, the SEC announced that Qualcomm Incorporated, a San Diego-based wireless telecommunication product company, agreed to pay $7.5 million to settle charges that its actions violated the Foreign Corrupt...more

Novartis FCPA Enforcement Action, Part II

Yesterday, I used a quotation from the Oscar winning animator, Chuck Jones who described two of his well-known creations, Roadrunner and Wily E. Coyote, by referring to philosopher George Santayana’s description of fanaticism...more

Novartis Coughs Up $25 Million to SEC for China FCPA Violations

Last week, the SEC announced another FCPA settlement involving the pharmaceutical industry for bribery in China. The SEC’s settlement filing represents yet another example of the pharmaceutical industry run amok in China,...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 3.22.16

Andrew Ross Sorkin wades into the Valeant debacle, writing that Bill Ackman is, if not doubling down, far from giving up on the cratering Canadian drug maker. Valeant announced today that Ackman’s joining its board and also...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 3.11.16

As expected, ECB President Mario Draghi announced yesterday an “aggressive package of quantitative easing measures” that had the immediate impact of sending stock and bond prices higher (at least for an hour or so)....more

Bridging the Week - March 2016

California Federal Court Refuses to Stop FERC Lawsuit to Uphold the Validity of US $453 Million Penalty for Manipulating Electricity Prices: A federal court in California refused to stop a lawsuit by the Federal Energy...more

Lessons from Qualcomm

Last week the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) concluded a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FPCA) enforcement action against Qualcomm Inc. for violations on the Accounting Provisions of the FCPA, including both the...more

Telecommunications Company Settles FCPA Charges With SEC in Apparent “Sons and Daughters” Case

The SEC announced on March 1 that it settled FCPA charges with a San Diego-based mobile chip maker. The company agreed to pay a $7.5 million civil penalty to resolve charges that it violated the FCPA by hiring relatives of...more

Drug and Medical Device Corruption Risks in China

Medical device and pharmaceutical companies know the risks of conducting business in China. Company after company has had to settle FCPA enforcement actions in China. Many of these enforcement actions include fact patterns...more

A Closer Look at Cybersecurity Legislation and Regulations in the US and Abroad - Global Overview

With interconnectivity and use of digital storage expanding, cyberthreats posed by nation states, commercial competitors, company insiders, transnational organised crime and ‘hacktivists’ are growing on a global basis. Recent...more

Qualcomm Settles FCPA Charges With SEC

Gifts and hospitality continue to be a key theme in the SEC’s latest FCPA case. The action also involves hiring relatives of officials and ignoring risk in the face of a weak compliance and internal control environment. In...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 3.2.16

Solid economic data helped propel US stocks yesterday, with the Dow posting an impressive 350-point gain – WSJ and Bloomberg... Honeywell has again dropped its merger overtures to United Technologies, a move UT...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 3.1.16

Apple’s gained some welcome federal precedent in its battle to resist unlocking its phones for the federal government, thanks to an EDNY drug case in which federal magistrate judge James Orenstein denied the government’s...more

Massachusetts-Based Technology Company and Two Chinese Subsidiaries Pay $28 Million to Settle Civil and Criminal FCPA Charges; SEC...

On February 16, the SEC and DOJ announced a settlement with a Massachusetts-based technology company for violations of the FCPA. The technology company and two Chinese subsidiaries agreed to pay $28 million to settle the...more

PTC Inc. and No Cooperation Credit Case Under Yates

On February 16, 2016, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced parallel resolutions with PTC Inc, (formerly Parametric Technology Corporation), a Massachusetts based software...more

Yates Memo in Action: No Cooperation Credit in FCPA Enforcement for Failing to Disclose Key Facts

A recent case illustrates both the ongoing corruption risks for U.S. companies doing business in developing countries such as China and the Government’s tougher stance on settling white collar crime cases. In this case, the...more

U.S. FCPA Enforcement in China: The SEC's First DPA with a Chinese Citizen

On February 16, 2016, the U.S. Department of Justice ("DOJ") and Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") announced their newest settlements regarding violations of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ("FCPA"). The DOJ...more

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