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Pharmaceutical Company settles $500 million Foreign Corrupt Practices Act case with USDOJ. Companies and their employees must follow US law when conducting business with foriegn countries. When was the last time your company had a review or had training on the Foreign...
Not a pretty situation. When you are a fiduciary make sure to follow the rules. Former Mrs. Florida receives jail time for improperly using her mother’s Social Security Benefits.
If your company conducts business in foreign countries you should read this summary of DOJ’s manual on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Train your employees on FCPA or it could be costly.
South Florida Resident Sentenced to 30 Years for $100 Million International Fraud Scheme that Led to the Collapse of One of Puerto Rico’s Largest Banks A Key Biscayne, Florida, resident and the former CEO and Chairman of a now-bankrupt multinational pharmaceutical...
Two former executives at a Virginia-based software company pleaded guilty today to conspiring to defraud the government by failing to pay over employment taxes to the Internal Revenue Service.
Last month, a grand jury in Brooklyn charged Kyriacou, Canaye, Baron, Bullock, and others with conspiracy to commit securities fraud and money laundering conspiracy.
Banner Health has agreed to pay the United States over $18 million to settle allegations that 12 of its hospitals in Arizona and Colorado knowingly submitted false claims
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