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DOJ News Release: Orthofix Subsidiary Pays $30 Million to Settle False Claims Act Case

November 02, 2012, Just Anti-Corruption

The civil settlement resolves allegations that Blackstone Medical Inc., a subsidiary of Orthofix International NV, paid kickbacks to spinal surgeons.

Probed for Bangladesh Bribery, SNC Lavalin's Profit Dips 8%

November 02, 2012, Just Anti-Corruption

Probed for Bangladesh Bribery, SNC Lavalin's Profit Dips 8%

The Bribery Matter is Behind Us, Faro Tech Says

November 02, 2012, Just Anti-Corruption

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SFO's David Green Distances Himself from Exit Pay Controversy

November 01, 2012, Just Anti-Corruption

The new Serious Fraud Office director David Green said today that the irregular approval of nearly $700,000 in exit pay for a senior official had not been his decision but that of his predecessor.

More Dismissals Possible in Bribe Probe, Avon Suggests

November 01, 2012, Just Anti-Corruption

Others may follow after senior management were axed in connection with a bribery probe, according to the cosmetics company.

Podcast Interview: Seven Essential Steps for Litigation Holds

November 01, 2012, Just Anti-Corruption

What companies need to do to preserve data in the face of legal demands.

Government Says CFIUS Challenge Should Be Dismissed

October 31, 2012, Just Anti-Corruption

A Chinese-owned company is challenging a presidential order to halt a transaction on national security grounds. The government says it isn't up for judicial review.

Barclays Discloses FCPA Probe Putting it in U.S.'s Crosshairs Again

October 31, 2012, Just Anti-Corruption

Barclays says U.S. authorities are probing it for potential foreign bribery violations, drawing attention to relations with a Qatari investment fund that were already under scrutiny in the U.K.