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Episode #50

In Pfizer on August 17, 2012 by Howard@OpenAir Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Tom and I talk about the Pfizer DPA, and what lessons we can learn from a company that’s been doing it right for more time than most companies have even heard of the FCPA.

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Episode #43

In Chadbourne,Compliance Defense,Data Systems & Solutions,Debarment,Jon Jordan,SEC,Stroz Friedberg,UK Bribery Act on July 5, 2012 by Howard@OpenAir Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , ,

Show notes:

00:48: should the DOJ throw an elbow? I explain my post, here. Is the DOJ a regulator or prosecutor? Would a compliance defense change that? (@09:35). False Claims Act & Federal Acquisition Regulations discussed at 12:14.
19:12: I discuss my next article for Forbes.com. Should there be a distinction between public and private?
20:10: Jon Jordan’s article on the compliance defense, and he gets “FCPA Voice Rookie of the Year” award for 2012. Last year was Matt Ellis.
30:44: How can the business community partner with the DOJ? Should the DOJ adopt the OFAC informal opinion process?
35:57: Why I hate bribery. A toddler dies because the ambulance driver demanded a bribe.
42:27: UK Bribery Act…who cares? Deloitte survey. Oxford University Press case at 47:10.
53:32: Data Systems & Solutions enforcement action
1:00:18: Scott Peeler goes to Stroz Friedberg
1:02:25: SEC serves papers on Germans via publication in the International Herald Tribune

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