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A judge denied JPMorgan’s motion for summary judgment against the case of a former employee who was fired after pointing out problems with the company’s anti-bribery efforts, but struck down the employee’s argument that the bank hindered her job search.
28 July 2022
A federal appeals court sided with the SEC as it denied a reward to a whistleblower because the agency didn’t use his information in an action of its own. Although the law is clear, the decision has some lawyers questioning the fairness of the outcome.
26 July 2022
Two cross-party anti-corruption groups have called for the UK government to reinvest some of the money secured from successful enforcement actions into its anti-corruption agencies.
19 May 2022
SEC chairman Gary Gensler said the agency’s enforcement division needs more resources to deal with a surge in reports from whistleblowers and members of the public.
18 May 2022
A London court has heard audio from a secretly recorded meeting between an executive at defence company GPT and a compliance officer who said the parent company’s business approach was “ethically wrong” but didn’t put a stop to it.
17 May 2022
The former top US lawyer at Fresenius claims he was dismissed last month for reporting concerns about bribery, corruption and embezzlement at the German medical company.
13 April 2022
The appeals court said the SEC was right to deny an award for two anonymous whistleblowers who sought payment over Novartis’ foreign bribery settlement.
29 March 2022
The OECD is “gravely concerned” by the continued lack of investigations into and prosecutions of foreign bribery in Greece.
22 March 2022
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