As the Houston Texans head to Boston for the NFL Season Opener and the Houston Astros head to Boston for a preview of the ALCS , Tom and Jay are back with a look at some of the week’s top compliance and ethics stories.
- Big pharma member Sanofi settles FCPA violations with $25MM penalty. Dick Cassin reports in the FCPA Blog. Sam Rubenfeld reports in the WSJ Risk and Compliance Journal.
- SEC lays out two large whistleblower awards. Matt Kelly details it on Radical Compliance. See SEC Press Release. See full SEC Order.
- Do you have a whistleblower triage system? Jonathan Marks explains what it is and why you need it on his Board and Fraud
- Three former senior executives from Telia, including the former CEO, go on trial in Sweden for paying bribes in Uzbekistan. See report in RadioFreeEurope.
- More thoughts and reactions on Hoskins. Matthew Stephenson weighs in on the Global AntiCorruption Blog. Jon Rusch explores what the decision did and didn’t say in Dipping Through Geometries. I explore on the FCPA Compliance Report with former DOJer Laura Perkins (releases Monday, Sept. 10)
- ING settles money-laundering violations with Dutch authorities for $900 million. SEC issues anti-piling on declination. Jaclyn Jaeger on the settlement in Compliance Week (sub req’d). Harry Cassin on the SEC declination in the FCPA Blog.
- UK High Court restores attorney/client privilege in internal investigations. See Gibson Dunn client alert. See full Court Opinion here.
- Anonymous reporting is viewed as critical in the world of anti-corruption compliance. What about in the world of politics? Tom, Jay and Matt debate the anonymous NYT Op-Ed piece detailing the insanity in the White House.
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- The Astros magic number is 19 (Jay is far too traumatized to put one on the Red Sox) as they head up to Fenway Park for a three-game series which is a preview of the ALCS. In other news, the Texans head to Foxborough to continue their 0 for Brady streak.
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