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Ralph Lauren Corp.

Debevoise Recruits Former Prosecutor in Ralph Lauren Bribery Case

03 March 2015

The former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York will work as a counsel on the law firm's white collar team.

SEC Extracts $3.4m from Florida Engineering Company, in Agency's 2nd FCPA-Related DPA

22 January 2015

A former executive of PBSJ Corporation has settled Foreign Corrupt Practices Act civil charges, while his company entered into the SEC's second-ever deferred prosecution agreement for an FCPA allegation.

If Confirmed, Loretta Lynch Would Have Most FCPA Experience of Any U.S. Attorney General

15 December 2014

From private practice to the U.S. Attorney's office in Brooklyn, Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch has engaged with the foreign anti-bribery statute from both sides of the coin.

Global Cooperation and Whistleblower Tips Increasing, SEC's Ceresney Says

21 November 2013

“We expect FCPA violations to be an increasingly fertile ground for Dodd-Frank whistleblowing," said Andrew Ceresney, co-director of the Enforcement Division at the Securities and Exchange Commission.

SEC's First-Ever Individual DPA Shows Reward for Cooperation

12 November 2013

“This was a coming of age, and a recognition that if you are really litigating a case in court, you need more than exhibits,” K&L Gates partner Steve Korotash said.

The Ralph Lauren Debate: Unusual Resolution Sparks Questions About Jurisdiction, Declinations

06 June 2013

The non-prosecution agreements with the SEC and DOJ have been closely scrutinized by the FCPA bar for clues to where U.S. law enforcers are going.

Self-Monitoring and Hybrids More Common As U.S. Credits FCPA Compliance

10 May 2013

As companies put a greater emphasis on compliance, the imposition of an outside monitor has become less common.

Remediation Key to Avoiding Monitor, Criminal Division's Buretta Says

03 May 2013

Prosecutors evaluate a company's problems and its conduct since to decide whether a monitor is necessary.

Ralph Lauren Corp.'s Market Disclosure of Foreign Bribery Settlement

25 April 2013

On April 22, Ralph Lauren Corp. filed a current report with the Securities and Exchange Commission recording its non-prosecution agreements with both the SEC and Justice Department to resolve allegations of bribery in Argentina.

Ralph Lauren Pays $1.6 Million in Non-Prosecution FCPA Settlements with DOJ and SEC

22 April 2013

Ralph Lauren is the first FCPA-related case to be settled by the Securities and Exchange Commission with an NPA as opposed to a DPA.

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