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Japan's plea bargaining system

A new plea bargaining system – offering reduced penalties to companies that report certain violations and cooperate with government investigations – will come into effect in...

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Anti-bribery laws make overseas operations risky business, panel says

James G. McGovern and Peter S. Spivack have contributed to an article on the implications of anti-bribery laws on overseas operations for The Lawyer's Daily.

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Top False Claims Act developments In 2017 for ADG companies

The False Claims Act, 31 U.S.C. §§ 3729-3733, continues to pose unique liability risk for aerospace, defense, and government services (ADG) companies that directly or indirectly...

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False Claims Act: A Year in Review 2016

The False Claims Act (FCA) today bears little resemblance to the law President Lincoln signed 154 years ago to stop con artists from selling the U.S. Army gun powder barrels filled with saw ...

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A dish of cream? Some caviare? Or Strassburg pie? How to properly respond to bribery requests

Following years of international effort, more and more countries have adopted comprehensive anti-bribery legislation and are actively cooperating in international law enforcement...

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Anti-corruption and bribery in the USA Q&A

Hogan Lovells lawyers answer questions about anti-corruption and bribery regulations.

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Validating Value: What Does Circle C Construction Mean for Health Care FCA Cases?

On February 4, 2016, the Sixth Circuit validated the true meaning of "benefit of the bargain" when calculating damages in a construction False Claims Act case.

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DOJ Announces FCPA Enforcement Pilot Program

Earlier this week, DOJ's Fraud Section released a guidance memorandum (the FCPA Enforcement Guidance Memorandum) outlining an FCPA pilot program that allows for fine reductions beyond what...

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