Corruption Currents: From New Aid For Syrian Rebels to Bitcoin Compliance Challenges
A Spanish court announced last week that a decision will come in May on whether to exclude Princess Cristina from a corruption probe targeting her husband. (AFP)
The FCPA Blog continues its series on white-collar crime victims, and notes that Moscow issued an arrest warrant for William Browder. The FCPAProfessorreflects on a year since Wal-Mart Stores Inc. went under the FCPA microscope. Mike Volkov warns on the danger of “proactive” FCPA probes. Tom Fox provides 10 steps to resolve a front-page crisis. Thebriberyact.comdiscusses civil recovery rewards in the U.K, sayingthey’re still on the SFO menu.
Miller Chevalier released its spring FCPA review. Pakistan released a list of journalists who allegedly received bribes from the information ministry. (Dawn) David Uhlmann, the former head of the Department of Justice’s Environmental Crimes Section, will present findings on deferred- and non-prosecution agreements at a conference in Washington, D.C. (Corporate Crime Reporter)
CISPA moves on to the Senate, which is working on its own cybersecurity legislation. (The Hill) The Pentagon, for the first time, detailed $30 million in spending on Air Force cyberattack operations and significant new Army funding and staff needs for exploiting opponent computers. (Mashable)