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U.S. Global Bribery Offense Guide

12/03/19: For any company employee tasked with some aspect of anti-corruption compliance in the United States, a periodic review of the country’s anti-bribery laws and compliance requirements is important...

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Sanctions Compliance and Common Missteps

12/03/19: In a post on The FCPA Blog, Richard Cassin does a public (and company) service by distilling Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control’s recently published A Framework for OFAC Compliance Commitments....

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Corruption as the Glue of Human Rights Violations

12/3/19: The SB (Sustainable Brands) website recently featured a post by Richard Howitt that draws on resources ranging from the International Chamber of Commerce to the UN Global Compact to examine the link between sustainability, human rights and business performance...

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Cannabis in the Workplace & Employer Liability

12/03/19: Employers around the country – and around the world if they have US operations -- are struggling with the “how, when, where” of employee use of recreational marijuana. Illinois’ legislators have taken a couple of important steps in clearing up confusion in their state, according to a blog posted on a website hosted by law firm Seyforth Shaw LLP...

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Learning FCPA Lessons From the Past

11/18/19: We’re often told to learn from the past. That’s what Jaclyn Jaeger, an editor with Compliance Week, helps us do in an article entitled, “Compliance Lessons from Recent Nine-Figure FCPA Settlements.” In the article, Jaeger quotes Kara Brockmeyer, former chief of the SEC Enforcement Division’s FCPA Unit to frame the evolving perspective of federal enforcement agencies...

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