A biweekly podcast covering news and opinion related to government False Claims Act cases, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement, and related legal issues.
This week’s headlines:
- Court Holds Custom Action Bars FCA Claim
- Retaliation Plaintiff Not a Covered Whistleblower under Plain Reading of Dodd-Frank Act, Court Rules
- Unanimous SCOTUS Decision Yet Another Reason to Avoid Voluntary Disclosure
- Deal Announced for U.S. to Embed ZTE Compliance Group for 10 Years
- Legg Mason Inc. Agrees to Pay $64 Million in Criminal Penalties and Disgorgement to Resolve FCPA Charges Related to Bribery of Gaddafi-Era Libyan Officials
- SocGen Pays $585 Million to Resolve Libya FCPA Offenses
- Credit Suisse Pays DOJ $47 Million to End Asia Princeling Investigation
- DOJ Charges Two Additional Individuals in FCPA Rolls Royce Case
- Some Good News About GDPR and Anti-Bribery Due Diligence
- Does Sapin II Allow Due Diligence Under the GDPR?