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10 May 2016
Irish pharmaceutical company Allergan’s US subsidiary Warner Chilcott will pay US$125 million to resolve US Department of Justice (DoJ) charges that it paid kickbacks to doctors to induce them to prescribe its drugs, according to reports.
30 October 2015
US technology company International Business Machines (IBM) has confirmed in its quarterly report that the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is investigating it for possible accounting irregularities in the US, UK and Ireland.
28 October 2015
The former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank, who has been arrested in the US following an extradition request from Ireland, is charged with over 30 counts of forgery, the provision of unlawful financial assistance, conspiracy to defraud and false accounting, according to recently unsealed court documents.
13 October 2015
Ireland’s Minister for Justice, Frances Fitzgerald, has proposed a new corruption bill that will hold companies vicariously liable for the corrupt conduct of their employees, according to reports.
09 October 2015
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) will rule on 6 October whether data can be transferred across the Atlantic under the Safe Harbour Agreement between the EU and the US.
30 September 2015
The US Department of Justice (DoJ) is looking into claims that a £1.2 billion property auction by Ireland's National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) was corrupted by a £7 million payment to a politician, according to The Financial Times.
07 September 2015
According to reports, new EU draft laws, published on 8 July, designed to combat tax evasion and avoidance will require large companies with subsidiaries in the EU to declare the profit they make and the taxes they pay in each country.
10 July 2015
The DoJ is seeking US$300 million in assets linked to an alleged foreign bribery scheme involving Russian-owned telecommunication companies VimpelCom and Russian Mobile Telesystems, following an investigation by US and European authorities.
01 July 2015
The European Commission said it expects to have findings from its four ongoing investigations into claims that member countries offered illegal state aid by spring 2015. In 2014, the commission opened probes into Ireland’s tax arrangements with Apple, the Netherlands’ tax deals with Starbucks, and Luxembourg’s treatment of Fiat and Amazon.
20 January 2015
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