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Episode #42

In Alcoa, Due Diligence, Hughes Hubbard, News Corp., RICO, TWIFCPAVideocast, UK Bribery Act, Wal-Mart, Watts Water on June 15, 2012 by Howard@OpenAir Tagged: , , , , , ,

Show Notes:

01:31: Alba wins motion to dismiss their case against Alcoa
09:32: Is it okay that the DOJ uses a company’s internal investigation results?
14:17: Watts Water sues its lawyers
18:36: Due Diligence is difficult, especially in China (learned from the China Law Blog)
23:43: We start to talk about the UK DPA Consultation, but end up riffing on whether there should be DPAs at all
28:32: We finally get back to the UK
29:33: Why is Congress investigating Walmart?
36:47: Maybe because Walmart’s investigation scope has expanded, again
40:57: We throw in some News Corp. (not a sponsor of this video) news
43:12: Hughes Hubbard shares some wisdom
47:13: Tom and I are both speaking in Houston the last week in June, but at different events.

Hughes Hubbard FCPA Anti-Bribery Alert Summer 2012 Electronic Version

Come hear me and Jonathan Marks speak: June 25th (Monday) in San Francisco and June 26th (Tuesday) in Houston.

China Law Blog: definitely worth the time. In fact, it’s worth a lot of time.

UK Consultation Page

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2 Responses to “Episode #42”

  1. Thanks for the kudos! Much appreciated.

  2. […] The FCPA Blog picks up the Data Systems Solutions case, asks why so many compliance programs lack that certain punch and reacts to a post criticizing the Justice Department’s record on pursuing individuals. The FCPAProfessor analyzes the Watts Water lawsuit. Tom Fox talks leadership. Mike Volkov slams Attorney General Eric Holder. This Week in FCPA, episode 42. […]

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