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March Bribery Digest – Beyond FCPA Compliance

Today’s bribery digest is a little bit different than our past versions – rather than focusing specifically on FCPA compliance and enforcements, we’re taking a look at bribery news around the world. We’ve got a story from...more

China – Football Reform Directive

On March 16, 2015, the Chinese State Council (“CSC“) issued a ten-year 50-measure football reform directive to boost the development of football in China, which includes streamlining the Chinese football management system and...more

FIFA recommends a November/December schedule for World Cup 2022

Following a meeting of key football officials in Doha, FIFA has made an announcement today (24 February 2015) recommending that, given the extreme high temperatures in Qatar in summer months, November and December is the most...more

Michael Garcia Now Just Taunting FIFA

And I say that in the most complimentary way. If you haven’t been following this story, here’s a quick recap: FIFA awarded the 2018 and 2022 World Cups to Russia and Qatar, respectively. This raised eyebrows, as they say. ...more

FIFA and Good-Faith Investigations

You know things are getting bad when the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) questions a business’ moral authority. Things certainly cannot be much better when the regulators begin nosing around your own self-indulgence. What happens...more

FIFA Women’s World Cup – Artificial Turf Dispute

In the lead up to the 2015 FIFA Women World’s Cup, which will be hosted by Canada (World Cup), a group of the world’s elite female football players (including the FIFA Women’s World Players of the Year for 2012 and 2013, Abby...more

Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence - August 2014 (Global)

BROADCASTING - US: Following loss before the Supreme Court, Aereo “astonishes” broadcasters with new legal strategy - New York-based Aereo asserts in federal district court that it is entitled to a compulsory license...more

FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report-Episode 77World Cup Report-Part VII, with Mike Brown [Video]

In this episode of the FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report, Mike Brown and I conclude our World Cup Report series. We continue our look at some of the compliance and ethics lessons from the recently concluded World Cup. ...more

Qat(ar) It Out: Should Qatar Stop Recruiting Promising African Players?

Now that the 2014 World Cup is over, its time to move on…and write about the 2022 World Cup (sorry 2018 World Cup, I promise I’ll catch up with you later). The 2022 tournament is currently scheduled to occur in Qatar. ...more

FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report-Episode 76-World Cup Report-Part VI [Video]

In this episode, which is the first of a two part series, Mike Brown and I begin to wrap up some of our thoughts and take-aways from the recent World Cup. We discuss anti-bribery and anti-corruption in the context of the...more

Where is all the World Cup action? Not in Brazil

While the best players and teams in the world are competing on the pitch, major Internet and social media players are going all out for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, giving enthusiastic fans rich, real-time, second-screen...more

The FIFA Flop: Why Anti-Bribery Training is More Important Than Just Knowing How To Play The Game

Brazil passed their new anti-bribery law back in January. Only a couple of months before the 2014 World Cup was set to start, Brazil, the host country of the famous “football” world championship, offered guidance about their...more

Australia: Illegal streaming hits the World Cup

The 2014 FIFA World Cup has been a ratings success for SBS, which has an exclusive Media Rights Licence to broadcast the World Cup across television, radio and the internet in Australia. However, with the tournament now...more

World Cup Highlights the Importance of Tackling Corruption

Allegations that payoffs were made to secure Qatar's successful bid for the 2022 World Cup games and reports of fixed soccer matches ahead of the 2010 World Cup illustrate the pervasiveness of global corruption and its...more

Another FIFA Compliance Failure – Referees at the World Cup

Although the organization puts on arguably the greatest sporting event for professional athletes on the planet, the term ‘professionalism’ is probably not one you can associate with the Fédération Internationale de Football...more

In Due Diligence and World Cup Bids: Follow the Money

For those watching the 2104 World Cup, this year’s tournament has certainly been spectacular, from the US reaching the round of 16, the incredible goals scored by Robbie Van Persie and Tim Cahill, to yesterday’s heartbreak...more

Week in Review

Move over World Cup. Discipline based on employee social media activities is taking center stage this week. Well, maybe the World Cup has a few more headlines, but you can follow the links below to read four articles from...more

So You Want to See Messi, Neymar, Ronaldo, and Xavi: Brazil Issues Directive Barring Government Officials From Receiving World Cup...

Earlier today, the Office of the Comptroller General in Brazil, Controladoria-Geral da União (“CGU”), issued a sweeping directive barring government officials from accepting offers to attend or participate in the upcoming...more

Will World Cup 2022 Become World Cup 2023?

SPOILER ALERT – This article reveals that the temperature becomes quite hot in Qatar in the summer months. That paragon of compliance and ethics, the world’s richest and most influential single-sport ruling body...more

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