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  • Regulatory: Start worrying about the FCPA “rocket docket”

    The recently-announced (and long-awaited) FCPA Guidance is not only explicitly non-binding on government enforcers, but it is also lacking any true “news” concerning the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) and Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) FCPA enforcement positions.

  • Japanese prosecutors raid Olympus offices

    Japanese prosecutors were a little late in their raiding of Olympus Corp.’s Tokyo offices on Tuesday, seeing as it’s been more than a month since the company owned up to more than a decade’s worth of accounting fraud that hid investment losses totaling $1.7 billion.

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