9/25/18: Healthcare fraud has been a focus of the US Department of Justice for years, for good reason. It costs taxpayers billions of dollars every year. In a recent settlement with two regional healthcare companies and their affiliated ambulance company, DOJ agreed to resolve its False Claims Act lawsuit for $21 million.
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9/11/18: An article published in the South China Morning Post China’s provides a look inside the Chinese government’s crackdown on corruption by government officials. Reporter Nectar Gan outlines charges made against Lu Wei, often portrayed as the chief player in China’s control over the Internet, for bribery.
9/11/18: Paul Hodgson’s article in Compliance Week (Note on access: “This is subscriber-only content, you are viewing with temporary unrestricted access) takes a stark look at the compliance challenges that could face multinational companies in the event of a “No-Deal Brexit.”
9/11/18: In a recent post on The FCPA Blog, Richard Bistrong posed the question, “Why do “normal” employees violate the FCPA. A few days ago, he posted a remarkable follow-up that asks, “Can we teach ‘normal’ employees not to cheat?” Bistrong brings unique insight to his questions and answers.
9/11/18: “Nearly Half of Responding Organizations Plan to Modernize Compliance in Year Ahead” is the headline of a release posted on August 15, 2018 by Corporate Compliance Insights. The post highlights a recent poll conducted by Deloitte of 420 compliance professionals during a Deloitte DBriefs webcast.