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Episode #16

In Alcatel, Haiti Telecom, ICE, iTunes Podcast, Lindsey, O'Shea, Oracle, State-Owned Entities, TWIFCPAVideocast on September 11, 2011 by Howard@OpenAir

Show Notes:
Not a single technical issue for this one: no multiple-part episode because my system shut down, no nothing.  Just the show.

1. Haiti Telecom: it’s an SOE! No, it’s not! Yes, it is!
2. ICE doesn’t get en banc review. And Howard goes off on a rant against Alcatel-Lucent (and just won’t let it go)
3. Lindsey & O’Shea: the DOJ can’t seem to catch a break.  Tom takes us through the legal issues.
4. Oracle and the entire tech sector

And believe it or not, just that takes over an hour. Plus, Howard admits that he gushed like a little girl when he met the Above the Law guys. You know you would’ve too, admit it.

It’s really good to be back.

 

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5 Responses to “Episode #16”

  1. […] discuss all things FCPA and compliance (well mostly all things) on the return of This Week in FCPA, Episode 16. See and hear Howard go on several rants as we discuss Haiti Teleco, denial of the ICE Mandamus […]

  2. […] all things FCPA and compliance (well mostly all things) on the return of This Week in FCPA, Episode 16. See and hear Howard go on several rants as we discuss Haiti Teleco, denial of the ICE Mandamus […]

  3. […] things FCPA and compliance (well mostly all things) on the return of This Week in FCPA, Episode 16. See and hear Howard go on several rants as we discuss Haiti Teleco, denial of the ICE […]

  4. […] all things FCPA and compliance (well mostly all things) on the return of This Week in FCPA, Episode 16. See and hear Howard go on several rants as we discuss Haiti Teleco, denial of the ICE Mandamus […]

  5. […] things FCPA and compliance (well mostly all things) on the return of This Week in FCPA, Episode 16. See and hear Howard go on several rants as we discuss Haiti Teleco, denial of the ICE […]

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