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Episode #49

In News Corp., OFAC, Pfizer, Sanctions, Standard Chartered on August 13, 2012 by Howard@OpenAir Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Show notes:

01:21: Howard won’t tempt fate again. Believe it.
02:03: Pfizer & Wyeth settle enforcement actions. Tom and I will be doing an entire episode just about that.
04:42: Standard Chartered
21:32: Did Standard Chartered have a “Deceptive Business Plan?” Or did they just follow the law as OFAC has laid it out?
29:44: What happened to the Attorney-Client Privilege?!
32:46: We have to bring Deloitte into it too
37:40: Evasion versus doing what’s legal in a different way (or, is it illegal if you jump through the hoops they set up?)
39:26: Is there such a thing as “reputation risk?”
46:34: SFO is investigating an EADS subsidiary
49:38: News Corp. arrests, Church of England divests
52:43: JP Morgan Chase is my new best friend

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