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
New recording software. Oh My G-d. How much easier is this?
1:24: Tom gets published! Go to Amazon and look at his book. (lasts 30 seconds)
2:05: Tom moderates at panel at the upcoming Global Compliance Symposium. Take a look here and see what’s what. (3 minutes)
5:05: News Corp. (17 minutes)
–Around 12:57, Howard takes a surprising position
–Around 17:44, what should regulators do when a company self-reports a violation, but a
really minor one?
22:22: Noble execs get sued (13 minutes)
–Is there going to be a trial? @26:05
–Around the 30-minute mark, I take another surprising stance on the SEC’s capabilities,
Tom says I’m wrong about something, I concede; and I take a very unsympathetic view to
a prosecution (yes, that’s possible)
35:45: TSKJ sentencings (7 1/2 minutes)
–Stanley @ 35:45
–@43:46, the impossible happens: Howard says “I’m wrong.”
44:08: Africa Sting case ends (11 minutes)
55:15: Wynn Resorts boots a board member (6 1/2 minutes)
1:01:40: Alba suing Alcoa (1 1/2 minutes)
1:03:15: Alstom subsidiaries get debarred. (3 minutes)
- Debate of the use of DPAs in the UK (18 minutes): starts at 1:25
- Freeport-McMoRan, United Steelworkers, and paying for police protection (10 minutes): starts at 19:28
- Embraer (6 minutes): starts at 29:26
- Tognum resignation (3 minutes): starts at 35:20
- Dadeleh bail (3 minutes): starts at 37:51
- Allianz (3 minutes): starts at 40:10
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